Resources for Parents and Carers
Philosophy for Children Resources
Resources for Parents
Philosophy for Children
Home Talk - This resource is provided by Dialogue Works who offer support in P4C and Thinking Moves. Little Chatters are also a trainer for Dialogue Works. Here are some of our favourite home talks, linked to themes we enjoy working on.
Home talk week 2 . It includes one of my favourites the giving tree (nice to do outside by a tree if you can!)
Home talk week 3 here. Includes some lovely 'Would you rathers' and free hugs!
Home talk week 12 - Lovely resources to discuss fairness, inequality and injustice.
Home talk week 13 - Resources to support in exploring our local communities
Home talk week 15 - Beauty. We would also recommend exploring this concept outside.
Home talk week 17 - With a lovely focus on Inventions - one of our favourites to explore.
Home talk week 19 - Change. Again a great concept to link to the outdoors
Home talk week 20 - Journeys
Home talk week 23 - The black curriculum
Home talk week 27 - Robots
Home talk week 29 - Nature
Home talk week 31 - Conservation
Home talk week 33 - Play.
Home talk week 34 - Gratitude
Home talk week 35 - Pets. The timing of this home talk linked nicely to our Philosofun on pets. Some great additional resources here!
Pobble 365 - An image a day to promote discussion and promote literacy work.
Philosophy Man - Home schooling section, brainsqueezers
Philosophy Foundation - A lovely blog by Pieter Mostert
Resources from the Center for Philosophy for Children, Washington exploring concepts such as worry and boredom. Download here.
SAPERE A full database of P4C resources from
Challenging learning. Some fantastic home learning resources
KidsCoachApp Kavin Wadhar has developed the KidsCoachApp based around short questions to get families thinking, talking and feeling together. The app includes a section of questions linked to P4C.
Learning Through Landscapes Outdoor Learning and Play for Parents Educating at Home A Facebook group focused on outdoor learning . Little Chatters are also a trainer for Learning through Landscapes so contribute ideas to this group.
Download week one here
Download week two here
Week 3 with lots of Easter linked activities
Week 4 with a focus on green fingers!
Week 5 - Loose parts play
Week 6- Your local area
Week 7 - Survival skills, including; campfire cookery and knots (great also if your little ones are working to any outdoor badges in beavers/cubs)
Week 8 - A nice bit of maths
Week 9 - Literacy focused
Week 10 - Creative activities
Tree top trumps from Foresty England - download here
Some really lovely resources from Muddy Faces in their Outdoor Activity hub