You can learn a lot about a human from the stuff they enjoy. This goes for people of all ages, but like a lot of things, it’s most apparent in kids. At some point in their development, mostLearn more!
Today is Human Rights Day, which is a pretty important occasion for thinkers big and small. It may seem like a big thing to discuss with a youngster, but really, it’s something they think about all the time.Learn more!
Have you zoomed in and zoomed out? Have you made friends with Story? Have you been approached by a curious yeti? Are Red T picture books part of your classroom collection? We’re thrilled to release lesson plans forLearn more!
Once you’ve stepped on plastic building bricks for the umpteenth time, and you’ve had to replace another set of batteries on a noisy contraption, and kept the dog from eating glitter slime, you might start to think that yourLearn more!
Ever talk to your little thinker about what makes them happy? Do you have chats about the difference between things we want and things we need? Well, so did our Famous Brain of the Week, Epicurus, and heLearn more!
2019 was such an amazing year for Red T, and we’ll be finishing it off with a bunch of fun events! Here’s what we’re up to before the end of the year: If you haven’t already checked outLearn more!
November is Native American Heritage Month, and we’d like to give a big high five to indigenous philosophers everywhere! Our Famous Brain of the Week is Chief Seattle, who was not only an amazing leader and a captivatingLearn more!
Bring on the big questions! Gather your little thinkers together and give them space to ask whatever is on their clever minds! Watch how a few little questions can turn into a rich, engaging and enlightening discussion, evenLearn more!
Embrace your freedom! Be yourself! Stand up to bullies! All riled up yet? Good! Now check out this week’s Famous Brain, Simone de Beauvoir, who spent a whole bunch of her life fighting for these things. Take yourLearn more!
No kid is an island! It’s Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week, and we’d like to challenge little and big thinkers to take a look at their relationships with others. Try this week’s featured lesson plan, and create aLearn more!