WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT CHRISTMAS? A FREE, DOWNLOADABLE AND PRINTABLE BOOKLET FOR WONDERING AND PONDERING ABOUT CHRISTMAS
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Is it fair for those who behave badly not to get any presents?
Who decides who has behaved and who hasn’t?
Do you know anyone who didn’t behave well and didn’t get anything for Christmas as a result? What is it to behave well?
What is it to behave badly?
Can we sometimes be good for bad reasons?
Christmas is around the corner and at Wonder Ponder we think it is a great chance for wonderpondering. Since we first launched our Christmas Wonderpondering booklet a few years ago, we've had the chance to see for ourselves that many teachers and families also thought so, judging by all the messages we got describing what a great time they had had and how much they had wonderpondered about Christmas with our special downloadable Christmas wonderpondering booklet.
So this year, here it is again, our Christmas gift for everyone to share: a free, downloadable and printable PDF booklet chock-a-block with ideas for wonderpondering about Christmas. Enjoy!
The Wonder Ponder Christmas Special is a free, downloadable, printable and shareable booklet for thinking and drawing about Christmas, including questions about presents, traditions and customs, family obligations, celebrations, behaving and misbehaving, a suggestion for designing a summer outfit for Santa for the sections of his journey where it's not winter, and much more! Download, print and share it.
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DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THE WONDER PONDER SERIES OF VISUAL PHILOSOPHY FOR CHILDREN?
Wonder Ponder's Visual Philosophy for Children series introduces readers aged six and over to philosophy's big questions playfully and appealingly. Engaging scenes and intriguing questions prompt reflection and discussion encouraging children to develop their own thoughts and arguments and to build a visual and conceptual map of the issue addressed in each box.
Wonder Ponder boxes are designed to look at, read and think about by themselves or with others, in educational, play or family settings.