Philosophy 4 Children

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Philosophy 4 children: developing critical thinking skills.

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Number of Sales: 7
Last Updated: May 20, 2024

Philosophy 4 Children is being taught across the UK to teach children fundamental skills such as:

  • critical thinking.
  • reasoning skills.
  • empathy.
  • team work.

In this pack, I have included:

  • Philosophy Display Cards
  • Philosophy lesson plan: recycling
  • Philosophy lesson plan: friendships
  • Philosophy Powerpoint: recycling
  • Philosophy Powerpoint: friendships
  • A document on how to teach philosophy.

I have been teaching Philosophy lessons for a whole term now and the difference it has made in children's problem solving skills in friendship issues, aswell as mathematical problems is amazing!

We spend an hour a week on P4C and it's the children's favourite lesson. Some of them have come out with some cracking conclusions too:

"Crying is an expression of your truest emotions. The body takes over from the mind". I mean WOW!


Give it a try!

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