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Wonder Ponder, Visual Philosophy for Children, is an imprint specialising in products for fun and engaging thinking. This website provides accompanying material to our Wonder Ponder boxes, including guides for children, parents and mediators, ideas for wonderpondering and fun games and activities. It is also a platform for sharing your very own Wonder Ponder content and ideas.

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The Wonder Ponder blog includes posts on the creative processes behind our Visual Philosophy for Children material, as well as workshop experiences, guest posts on a variety of topics and generally interesting, eye-catching or mind-bloggling stuff we feel like sharing with you. 

The Ultimate Person-Building Kit!

Ellen Duthie

Imagine you could build a person. 

The poster that comes with the second Visual Philosophy for Children series by Wonder Ponder, I, Person, suggests you might be able to do just this. 

Poster included in the second title of the Visual Philosophy for Children Series by Wonder Ponder

Poster included in the second title of the Visual Philosophy for Children Series by Wonder Ponder

An advert for no less than a 'Person-building kit'. And it's not any old 'person-building kit', no: it's the ultimate one! 

It's the latest addition to the Think & Build series...

It offers no end of possibilities:

All you have to decide is 'what makes a person'. And to get to the minimum necessary parts a person must have, the game proposes a sort of mikado. How many parts can you remove from a person before they stop being a person?   

Think and build...

It includes suggested 'person' models:  

And a final warning:

The authors of the Wonder Ponder Visual Philsophy Series take the posters that come in the boxes very seriously and make them much more than an attractive gift. They take a great deal of work and seek to complement the rest of the content in a way that is fun and interesting. Cruelty Bites, the first title in the series, also has a fantastic poster, a sort of cross between Where's Wally and The Garden of Earthly Delights by Bosch, which includes several of the characters from Cruelty Bites and many others from children's literature to look for.   

More information about I, Person
More information about Cruelty Bites.