Philosophy Package 1 (perfect bound editions)

Order code: SKP01D

Price: $157.50
Website price: $110.00

This package contains the student books and teacher manuals for the first three books in the Royal Fireworks Philosophy Curriculum by Sharon Kaye. The student books have the advantage of a printed spine so that they can be found readily on a shelf in a library or in the classroom.

This package contains the student books and teacher manuals for the first three books in the Royal Fireworks Philosophy Curriculum by Sharon Kaye. The student books have the advantage of a printed spine so that they can be found readily on a shelf in a library or in the classroom.

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Question Mark Student Book (perfect-bound edition)

Author: Kaye, Dr. Sharon; Novak, Jordan (Illustrator)

Subjects: Philosophy; Early Learning

Age: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

Grade: K, 1, 2, 3

ISBN: 978-089824-292-8

Order code: 2928

Price: $35.00
Website price: $30.00

Also an iBook from iTunes

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This is a perfect-bound edition of Question Mark, which has the advantage of a printed spine so that it can be found readily on a shelf in a library or in the classroom.

This is a perfect-bound edition of Question Mark, which has the advantage of a printed spine so that it can be found readily on a shelf in a library or in the classroom.

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Question Mark Teacher Manual

Author: Kaye, Dr. Sharon

Subjects: Teacher Resources; Philosophy; Early Learning

ISBN: 978-0-89824-285-0

Order code: 2850

Price: $17.50
Website price: $12.50

Also an iBook from iTunes

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The fifteen chapters of Question Mark fall into three parts, corresponding to the three central philosophical skills we want children to develop: questioning, doubting, and being certain. These are fundamental skills that have inspired great thinkers throughout the history of civilization to build and transform the intellectual world.

You and the child could read one chapter at a sitting. Or you could read one part each day for three days. You could even read the entire book in one day if you make sure to take plenty of breaks for talking and thinking about what you’ve read.

The teacher manual is the instructor’s guide to implementing Question Mark. It provides a summary of the plot developments for each chapter, a philosophical basis for the key concepts of the chapters, discussion questions based on Bloom's Taxonomy, and suggestions for activities that the child can do.

The fifteen chapters of Question Mark fall into three parts, corresponding to the three central philosophical skills we want children to develop: questioning, doubting, and being certain. These are fundamental skills that have inspired great thinkers throughout the history of civilization to build and transform the intellectual world.

You and the students could read one chapter at a sitting. Or you could read one part each day for three days. You could even read the entire book in one day if you make sure to take plenty of breaks for talking and thinking about what you’ve read.

The teacher manual is the instructor’s guide to implementing Question Mark. It provides a summary of the plot developments for each chapter, a philosophical basis for the key concepts of the chapters, discussion questions based on Bloom's Taxonomy, and suggestions for activities that students can do.

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Question Mark teacher manual sample pages:

Theo Rising Student Book (perfect-bound edition)

Author: Kaye, Dr. Sharon; Novak, Jordan (Illustrator)

Subjects: Philosophy; Early Learning

Age: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

Grade: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

ISBN: 978-0-89824-290-4

Order code: 2904

Price: $35.00
Website price: $30.00

Also an iBook from iTunes

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This is a perfect-bound edition of Theo Rising, which has the advantage of a printed spine so that it can be found readily on a shelf in a library or in the classroom.

This is a perfect-bound edition of Theo Rising, which has the advantage of a printed spine so that it can be found readily on a shelf in a library or in the classroom.

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Theo Rising Teacher Manual

Author: Kaye, Dr. Sharon

Subjects: Teacher Resources; Philosophy; Early Learning

ISBN: 978-0-89824-289-8

Order code: 2898

Price: $17.50
Website price: $12.50

Also an iBook from iTunes

Theo Rising Teacher Manual Cover

The fifteen chapters of Theo Rising fall into three parts, corresponding to the three central philosophical skills we want children to develop: posing an inquiry, examining competing theories, and using a criterion for theory evaluation. These are fundamental skills that have inspired great thinkers throughout the history of civilization to build and transform the intellectual world.

You and the child could read one chapter at a sitting. Or you could read one part each day for three days. You could even read the entire book in one day if you make sure to take plenty of breaks for talking and thinking about what you’ve read.

The teacher manual is the instructor’s guide to implementing Theo Rising. It provides a summary of the plot developments for each chapter, a philosophical basis for the key concepts of the chapters, discussion questions based on Bloom's Taxonomy, and suggestions for an activity that the child can do.

The fifteen chapters of Theo Rising fall into three parts, corresponding to the three central philosophical skills we want students to develop: posing an inquiry, examining competing theories, and using a criterion for theory evaluation. These are fundamental skills that have inspired great thinkers throughout the history of civilization to build and transform the intellectual world.

You and the students could read one chapter at a sitting. Or you could read one part each day for three days. You could even read the entire book in one day if you make sure to take plenty of breaks for talking and thinking about what you’ve read.

The teacher manual is the instructor’s guide to implementing Theo Rising. It provides a summary of the plot developments for each chapter, a philosophical basis for the key concepts of the chapters, discussion questions based on Bloom's Taxonomy, and suggestions for an activity that students can do.

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Theo Rising Teacher Manual sample pages:

Mark and Theo Make Their Case Student Book (perfect-bound edition)

Author: Kaye, Dr. Sharon; Novak, Jordan (Illustrator)

Subjects: Philosophy; Early Learning

Age: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

Grade: 2, 3, 4, 5

ISBN: 978-0-89824-694-0

Order code: 6940

Price: $35.00
Website price: $30.00

Also an iBook from iTunes

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This is the perfect-bound edition of Mark and Theo Make Their Case, which has the advantage of a printed spine so that it can be found readily on a shelf in a library or in the classroom.

This is the perfect-bound edition of Mark and Theo Make Their Case, which has the advantage of a printed spine so that it can be found readily on a shelf in a library or in the classroom.

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Mark and Theo Make Their Case Teacher Manual

Author: Kaye, Dr. Sharon

Subjects: Teacher Resources; Philosophy; Early Learning

ISBN: 978-0-89824-695-7

Order code: 6957

Price: $17.50
Website price: $12.50

Also an iBook from iTunes

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The thirteen chapters of Mark and Theo Make Their Case aim to impart the three central philosophical skills we want children to develop: identifying a problem, making an argument, and making objections. These are fundamental skills that have inspired great thinkers throughout the history of civilization to build and transform the intellectual world.

The book falls into two parts. The first part, Chapters One through Seven, is inspired by Plato’s quest for a perfect world; the second part, Chapters Eight through Thirteen, is inspired by Aristotle’s rejection of that world.

You and the child could read one chapter each day for thirteen days. Or you could read one part each day for two days. You could even read the entire book in one day if you make sure to take plenty of breaks for talking and thinking about what you’ve read. 

The teacher manual is the instructor's guide to implementing Mark and Theo Make Their Case. It provides for each chapter a summary of the plot developments, a philosophical basis for the key concepts of the chapter, discussion questions based on Bloom’s Taxonomy, and a suggestion for an activity that the child can do.

The thirteen chapters of Mark and Theo Make Their Case aim to impart the three central philosophical skills we want children to develop: identifying a problem, making an argument, and making objections. These are fundamental skills that have inspired great thinkers throughout the history of civilization to build and transform the intellectual world.

The book falls into two parts. The first part, Chapters One through Seven, is inspired by Plato’s quest for a perfect world; the second part, Chapters Eight through Thirteen, is inspired by Aristotle’s rejection of that world.

You and the students could read one chapter each day for thirteen days. Or you could read one part each day for two days. You could even read the entire book in one day if you make sure to take plenty of breaks for talking and thinking about what you’ve read. 

The teacher manual is the instructor's guide to implementing Mark and Theo Make Their Case. It provides for each chapter a summary of the plot developments, a philosophical basis for the key concepts of the chapter, discussion questions based on Bloom’s Taxonomy, and a suggestion for an activity that the students can do.

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