Using a picture book to support the practices of restorative justice and P4C.
Recommendations and lesson ideas
In the early 1990s p4c-ers such as Karin Murris and Tim Sprod wrote about the potential of picture books for eliciting interesting philosophical questions from children. Now, all over the world, picture books provide a rich stimulus for p4c.
In this section, our contributors not only recommend picture books they find suitable for p4c but may also suggest activities and ideas for lessons or series of lessons on the books of their choice.
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Lesson ideas for this humorous book about a mole who finds poo on his head and goes looking for someone to blame.
A scheme of work for ethical enquiry.
Ideas for using this Dr Suess story.
A set of questions stimulated by the popular children's book by Anthony Browne.
Some ideas for parents and teachers for talking about this popular picture book.