What does it take to build and test a good argument? We’ve taken a cue from the Tinker Thinkers, our resident builders, and put together a little video guide to better thinking. If you think this is helpful,Learn more!
“I didn’t know I was allowed to do that.” It’s something a lot of educators hear when they invite young thinkers to contest an idea, to debate a particular point of view, or to come up with theirLearn more!
We get a lot of raised eyebrows when we tell people that we produce books and apps that introduce politics to children. It’s is a subject that can make even a mature adult’s palms sweaty, and on theLearn more!
“Really? You can do philosophy with kids?” Yeah, we get this question a lot, and for good reason. Philosophy seems like a pretty grown-up subject, but the questions it poses are pretty popular among little thinkers. The benefitsLearn more!
It’s that time of year again! Red T is proud to participate in Word on the Street, Toronto. It gives us a chance to show off our amazing line of books and apps for kids, but also toLearn more!
Hands up anyone who can’t believe that summer is half over. Yeah, we can’t believe it either. We are, however, very excited about some upcoming events this fall, and couldn’t wait to share. Catch us at Culture DaysLearn more!
Our favourite robot buddy is five today! It seems like yesterday that he first beeped and squeaked across the pages of our books (sigh). Little machines grow up so quickly, don’t they? Over the past half-decade, Phil has narrated hisLearn more!
Many moons ago, I taught in a school for students who spoke English as their second language. Most were pretty fluent, but some were new enough that the thought of asking for directions or ordering a meal wasLearn more!
The word “educational” makes a lot of people cringe. It conjures up images of heaping plates of broccoli, of having to clean your room, or cut the grass. It makes us think of being chained to a schoolLearn more!
There may not be a board book version of Plato’s republic, but that doesn’t mean that famous philosophers from past eras aren’t of interest to pint-sized wisdom-seekers. In fact, when researching and testing our “ThinkAboutIt” series, one ofLearn more!