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The world is changing!
Change can be baffling and disturbing. But once you learn the origins of ideas, you can begin to “connect the dots” and understand current events with new clarity.
Throughout history, great minds have grappled with these universal questions:
“Where did we come from and why are we here?”
“Why is there evil, death and suffering in the world?”
“Is there hope for our future?”
How we answer those questions determines what we will value and how we will behave. Philosophy is the discipline that explores those questions.
Since critical thinking and communication skills can be taught using a wide variety of content, why not choose content worthy of our investment?
Why not embark on the Philosophy Adventure™ and meet the real rulers of this world?
Philosophy Adventure™ is designed to help students 6th-12th grade cultivate and defend a biblical worldview by teaching them how to write skillfully, think critically, and speak articulately as they explore the history of ideas.
If you need to teach advanced writing…
If you want your students equipped to discern truth…
If you wonder how to strengthen them academically…
Philosophy Adventure may be your solution!
Engaging ♦ Easy to use ♦ Empowering!
This curriculum is much more than simply a study of philosophy.
Students can earn credit in:
▪ English Composition
▪ World History / Geography
▪ Speech / Communications
▪ Logic / Critical Thinking
What people are saying:
“In all my years of research, seldom have I picked up a book on philosophy and felt that I couldn’t put it down. That changed when I encountered Philosophy Adventure…. I highly recommend Philosophy Adventure to students and educators!”—Linda Lacour Hobar, The Mystery of History
“The Philosophy Adventure: Pre-Socratics course makes the study of philosophy very accessible, even to students as young as sixth grade. The worldview component provides the balance so often lacking in other philosophy courses!”—Cathy Duffy, 102 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum
“Stacy Farrell does a good job of introducing young people (6th-12th grade) to the world of ideas — ideas that shape our world and the way people think.”—Nancy Pearcey, Total Truth, Finding Truth, The Soul of Science, Saving Leonardo
Do you prefer print or digital?
All four options include digital editions of the Reader, Workbook, and Teacher’s Resources:
#1 – Philosophy Adventure™—Pre-Socratics Complete Set includes the Print Reader and Print Workbook with Teacher Resources on the CD – $89.95
#2 – Philosophy Adventure™—Pre-Socratics includes a Print Reader with a digital Workbook and Teacher Resources on the CD – $69.96
#3 – Philosophy Adventure™—Pre-Socratics includes a CD with digital editions of the Reader, Student Workbook, & all Teacher Resources – $49.95
#4 – Philosophy Adventure™—Pre-Socratics digital download includes digital edition of the Reader, Student Workbook, & all Teacher Resources – $39.95
READER: The Reader is either spiral bound (8.5 x 11″) or digital 162 page, colorful text filled with relevant images, philosopher stories, writing lessons, critical thinking lessons, public speaking lessons, historical geography, primary sources, and a biblical worldview analysis. It also contains detailed writing checklists and delightful creative writing prompts.
STUDENT WORKBOOK: The Student Workbook is either spiral bound (8.5 x 11″) or digital with 152 black & white pages which include philosopher notebook pages, mapping assignments, quizzes, tests, and more. (The Complete Set comes with one print edition Student Workbook. Additional Student Workbooks may be purchased separately.)
DIGITAL TEACHER’S RESOURCES ON CD: The Teacher’s Resources includes keys to the quizzes, tests, and mapping assignments, timelines, and “at-a-glance” instructions designed to simplify your role as instructor.
You’re invited to sign up for our newsletter and receive a FREE Study on Thales – The Father of Western Philosophy. The study includes:
- Philosopher Biography
- Notebooking Page
- Creative Writing Exercise
- Mapping Assignment
- Memory Cards, and more!
With “Thales — The Father of Western Philosophy” your middle and high school students can explore the first lesson of Philosophy Adventure absolutely FREE.
Take a quick tour of the curriculum by viewing the video below: