Ready to try your hand at having a philosophical discussion with children? On this site you will find all the materials you’ll need to engage young minds with philosophy and ethics. If you’re just getting started, check out our resources page.
Interested in teaching philosophy and ethics to elementary school children? We’ve got over 200 discussion guides designed to help you introduce philosophy and ethics using popular children’s picture books. Each discussion guide will introduce educators to the key philosophical and/or ethical issues in the picture book. The guides also provide questions to help initiate a philosophical discussion with young children.
For more guidance on how to facilitate a philosophy discussion as well as an entire curriculum for an introduction to philosophy class for elementary school children, read Thomas Wartenberg’s book Big Ideas for Little Kids: Teaching Philosophy Through Children’s Literature, 2nd Edition. For questions about the work of Teaching Children Philosophy, contact Thomas Wartenberg (firstname.lastname@example.org). For questions about this website, contact Christiane Wisehart (email@example.com). Follow Teaching Children Philosophy on Facebook (@kidsphilo).
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