Resources for parent and carers
Philosophy for Children is a well proven approach to learning that encourages children to develop a love of wisdom - through thinking for themselves with others.
My FACEBOOK page - often I see a really engaging news article and write this up as a stimlus with suggested activities for home or school
that are engaging, active, non-competitive and above all fun!
Dialogue Works excellent section called Hometalk
Ponder Visual philosophy from Madrid
1000s of free thought-provoking images on the Blob Tree Facebook page or check out their website Blob
What makes me, me? and other interesting ideas on fairness, ownership and good BBC site
What's the Big Idea? CBBC programme on different concepts
See visual stimulus section below for thought-provoking images to use
Resources for teachers
My FACEBOOK page - often I see a really engaging news article and write this up as a stimlus with suggested activities
Advancing Philosophical Enquiry and Reflection in Education online search for resources
Dialogue Works online and premium resources for teachers and parents, including Thinking Moves
Cumbria Development Education Centre You can download a free copy of their wonderful new resource Philosophy for Global Learning (in the download section) and other resources
Beyond the Secret Garden Regular series of articles examining BAME representations in children’s literature by Darren Chetty and Karen Sands-O'Connor
in Books for Keeps online magazine for children's books. Suggestions for books and excellent background reading.
SAPERE Gold School North Lakes School resources
Wonder Ponder Visual philosophy from Madrid! I sell their philosophy boxes on my courses in the UK - please ask me!
Chatters Outdoor P4C
International Council of Philosophical Inquiry with Children connect with P4C around the world
resources for P4C (subscription with some free resources)
Sara Stanley P4C trainer and Early Years P4C guru
Sara Stanley Three excellent articles on EYFS in Teach Early Years magazine by Sara
Philosophy Man Subscribe to a free monthy bulletin for resources
Open Scotland - P4C network in Scotland with resources section
Thinking Space free lesson plans by Grace Lockrobin
own articles and papers are available in the What is P4C? section