Hello to little thinkers out there! How are you all? Keeping safe, healthy, and hopefully busy? Thank you to kids, parents, teachers, and community members for continuing your efforts to stay put at home, and to squash this virus! WeLearn more!
Well, there’s a little bit of bad news about our “I Was Wondering” contest. In light of all the school and event closures due to COVID19, we’ve decided to cancel it. The safety of learners and educators (bothLearn more!
Just in case you were wondering what philosophy was, who can/should do it, and what it’s useful for…this week’s “I Was Wondering”, featured free lesson plan, and Famous Brain, Bertrand Russell, are all about the age-old, new-again practiceLearn more!
We get asked this a lot: “You called your publishing company what? Why?” Well, it’s a good story, and believe it or not, there’s no better time to tell it than around International Women’s Day. There are twoLearn more!
It’s a term that’s getting a lot of attention these days, and for good reason! More than ever, learning is becoming about more than just grades and academic achievement. Parents and teachers are striving to see wee learnersLearn more!
For many of us in Canada, Monday was Family Day! Whether you stayed in and played, or ventured out on a family excursion, we hope you had fun, and started some great conversations together. If you didn’t getLearn more!
How do I get my kid to fall in love with critical thinking? How do I spark an interest in big questions? How do I help them become the innovative, creative, inspiring mind I know they can be?Learn more!
It’s Black History Month, and we can’t think of a better way to celebrate than to feature an amazing mind! Originally from West Africa, Anton Wilhelm Amo broke down all kinds of barriers, and came up with someLearn more!
Yup, our theme of the week is curiosity, and all of the wonderful places our curious minds can take us! If you’re looking for something fun and enriching to do with the buzzing, eager minds in your classroom,Learn more!
Perhaps you’ve heard that your child has “leadership potential” or isn’t afraid to take charge. You may have observed that they really like to call the shots, and that they’re fond of being listened to. Okay, maybe theyLearn more!