Friday, September 30, 2016

Pondering Life's Big Questions

From the UW Center for Philosophy for Children:

You are invited:

Are numbers real?  Why do we dream at night? Can trees think?

Children are natural philosophers. They ask lots of big questions and parents are sometimes unsure how to respond.


Join other parents and UW Center for Philosophy for Children experts for a special evening of engaging conversation about easy and fund ideas for inspiring philosophical conversations with your children.

Learn tips for empowering your children naturally through these conversations to see things with different perspectives, cultivate self-awareness and curiosity, and develop analytic reasoning and critical thinking skills.

Thursday, October 6, 2016
5:30-7:00 pm
Post Alley Cafe
4507 Brooklyn Avenue NE

Complimentary appetizers and coffee
Parking available behind the Hotel Deca
No host bar

All are welcome, including children attending with parents. However, space is limited.  Please RSVP to kgoldyn@uw.edu to secure your space.

About the UW Center for Philosophy for Children:
The Center introduces philosophy to K-12 students and runs trainings for parents, educators and other interested adults around the country about ways to encourage and respond to young people's philosophical thinking.


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