Philosophy Package 2 (perfect bound editions)

Order code: SKP02D

Price: $120.00
Website price: $80.00

This package contains the student books and guidebooks for the second set of 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 guidebooks for the second set of 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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Xperiment Student Book (perfect-bound edition)

Author: Kaye, Dr. Sharon; Tice, Christopher (Illustrator)

Subjects: Philosophy

Age: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Grade: 3, 4, 5, 6

ISBN: 978-0-89824-696-4

Order code: 6964

Price: $22.50
Website price: $17.50

Also an iBook from iTunes

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This is a perfect-bound edition of Xperiment, 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 Xperiment, 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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Xperiment Guidebook

Author: Kaye, Dr. Sharon

Subjects: Philosophy

Age: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Grade: 3, 4, 5, 6

ISBN: 978-0-89824-698-8

Order code: 6988

Price: $17.50
Website price: $12.50

Also an iBook from iTunes

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Xperiment explores the question What is justice? Justice has always been controversial among philosophers because it is the glue that holds society together. Society needs leaders and laws. But what justifies one person telling other people what to do? This is a vivid question for children dealing with bullies, teachers, and parents, as well as for adults who vote in political elections. The Guidebook explores several of the most important and influential political theories ever written, which are reflected in the story about X and his schoolmates.

The Guidebook is the manual for implementing Xperiment, but it is called a “Guidebook” instead of a “Teacher Manual” in recognition of the fact that the material within its pages may be of interest to the children themselves, especially if they are motivated to delve more deeply into the content. It provides a summary of the plot developments for each chapter, a philosophical basis for the key concepts of the chapters, discussion questions, and web links to videos for further exploration of the content.

Xperiment explores the question What is justice? Justice has always been controversial among philosophers because it is the glue that holds society together. Society needs leaders and laws. But what justifies one person telling other people what to do? This is a vivid question for children dealing with bullies, teachers, and parents, as well as for adults who vote in political elections. The Guidebook explores several of the most important and influential political theories ever written, which are reflected in the story about X and his schoolmates.

The Guidebook is the manual for implementing Xperiment, but it is called a “Guidebook” instead of a “Teacher Manual” in recognition of the fact that the material within its pages may be of interest to the children themselves, especially if they are motivated to delve more deeply into the content. It provides a summary of the plot developments for each chapter, a philosophical basis for the key concepts of the chapters, discussion questions, and web links to videos for further exploration of the content.

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Finding Faith Student Book (perfect-bound edition)

Author: Kaye, Dr. Sharon; Tice, Christopher (Illustrator)

Subjects: Philosophy

Age: 9, 10, 11, 12, 13

Grade: 4, 5, 6, 7

ISBN: 978-0-89824-444-1

Order code: 4441

Price: $22.50
Website price: $17.50

Also an iBook from iTunes

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This is a perfect-bound edition of Finding Faith, 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 Finding Faith, 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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Finding Faith Guidebook

Author: Kaye, Dr. Sharon

Subjects: Philosophy

Age: 9, 10, 11, 12, 13

Grade: 4, 5, 6, 7

ISBN: 978-0-89824-447-2

Order code: 4472

Price: $17.50
Website price: $12.50

Also an iBook from iTunes

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Finding Faith is a chapter book that explores arguments for and against the existence of God. Some people may regard religion as a touchy subject, inappropriate for children to discuss. Any child studying philosophy, however, must discuss this subject, for philosophers have been arguing about God since the very beginning. The book offers religious perspectives in a non-dogmatic way that will allow readers of every belief system, including atheism, to feel respected and validated.

The Guidebook is the manual for implementing Finding Faith, but it is called a “Guidebook” instead of a “Teacher Manual” in recognition of the fact that the material within its pages may be of interest to the children themselves, especially if they are motivated to delve more deeply into the content. It provides a summary of the plot developments for each chapter, a philosophical basis for the key concepts of the chapters, discussion questions, and for some chapters, suggestions for further exploration or for activities to extend the learning.

Finding Faith is a chapter book that explores arguments for and against the existence of God. Some people may regard religion as a touchy subject, inappropriate for children to discuss. Any child studying philosophy, however, must discuss this subject, for philosophers have been arguing about God since the very beginning. The book offers religious perspectives in a non-dogmatic way that will allow readers of every belief system, including atheism, to feel respected and validated.

The Guidebook is the manual for implementing Finding Faith, but it is called a “Guidebook” instead of a “Teacher Manual” in recognition of the fact that the material within its pages may be of interest to the children themselves, especially if they are motivated to delve more deeply into the content. It provides a summary of the plot developments for each chapter, a philosophical basis for the key concepts of the chapters, discussion questions, and for some chapters, suggestions for further exploration or for activities to extend the learning.

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Will Power Student Book (perfect-bound edition)

Author: Kaye, Dr. Sharon; Tice, Christopher (Illustrator)

Subjects: Philosophy

Age: 10, 11, 12, 13, 14

Grade: 5, 6, 7, 8

ISBN: 978-0-89824-630-8

Order code: 6308

Price: $22.50
Website price: $17.50

Also an iBook from iTunes

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This is a perfect-bound edition of Will Power, 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 Will Power, 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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Will Power Guidebook

Author: Kaye, Dr. Sharon

Subjects: Philosophy

Age: 10, 11, 12, 13, 14

Grade: 5, 6, 7, 8

ISBN: 978-0-89824-632-2

Order code: 6322

Price: $17.50
Website price: $12.50

Also an iBook from iTunes

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Will Power is a chapter book that explores the question of free will and the concept of fate. Are we free to make our own paths in life, or are our lives predetermined? Is our fate set, or do we create our own fate? And how much responsibility do we bear for our actions if our fate is set for us and we have no free will? Where does science fit into these concepts? This book introduces children to these questions and more in the context of an exciting, thought-provoking novel.

The Guidebook is the manual for implementing Will Power, but it is called a “Guidebook” instead of a “Teacher Manual” in recognition of the fact that the material within its pages may be of interest to the children themselves, especially if they are motivated to delve more deeply into the content. It provides a summary of the plot developments for each chapter, a philosophical basis for the key concepts of the chapters, discussion questions, and for some chapters, suggestions for further exploration or for activities to extend the learning.

Will Power is a chapter book that explores the question of free will and the concept of fate. Are we free to make our own paths in life, or are our lives predetermined? Is our fate set, or do we create our own fate? And how much responsibility do we bear for our actions if our fate is set for us and we have no free will? Where does science fit into these concepts? This book introduces children to these questions and more in the context of an exciting, thought-provoking novel.

The Guidebook is the manual for implementing Will Power, but it is called a “Guidebook” instead of a “Teacher Manual” in recognition of the fact that the material within its pages may be of interest to the children themselves, especially if they are motivated to delve more deeply into the content. It provides a summary of the plot developments for each chapter, a philosophical basis for the key concepts of the chapters, discussion questions, and for some chapters, suggestions for further exploration or for activities to extend the learning.

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