Teaching children multiculturalism and pluralism has important social consequences and helps foster compassion and understanding of their fellow person. Although teaching the secular point of view has traditionally been neglected when teaching about society/faith traditions, such study can be very enriching and foster creative and critical thinking in students.
I encourage you to explore our site, especially the kids page. Our interest is in creating kid questioners. It’s hard to think of a more noble task, regardless of your worldview.
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Happy Mother’s Day!
It’s Mother’s Day! Design your own secular Mother’s Day Card. Here’s an example:
Is It Okay To Scare Kids?
Shared from Pranav on Twitter
Draw Your Own Adventure Darth Harley Pattern Book (K-Gr 1)
Page One: Help Darth Harley Find God. Page Two: Harley is looking for God. Page Three: “Where are you God?” asks Harley. Page Four. Harley looks under the table. “Where are you God?” asks Harley. Page Five. Harley looks in the closet. “Where are you God?” asks Harley. Page Six. Harley looks under the bed. […]
Okay teachers, are you looking for some secularism lesson plan ideas? Try: Exploring Secularism: A 15-week discussion curriculum for high school groups AND Young Skeptics: Young Skeptics curriculum is open to the public and free to use. You’re welcome to customize it to fit your needs or use it as-is. Click each button to view […]
Aren’t You Lucky You Were Born Into A Family Who Picked The Right Religion?
Explain This Meme Using Pictures, Numbers, and Words:
If You’re Wondering What The Other Side Is Doing …
Statement by conservative apologist Ken Ham Here at SWK, we promote critical thinking, not indoctrination, and so while we feel critical thinking will lead to secularism more often than not, our main aim is to level the playing field to let kids make free and informed decisions.
Reading Comprehension Strategies: Retell, Relate, Reflect, Review
What strategies do good readers use to make sense of what they read?
Topics covered:-Placing trust wisely-Why we fall for misinformation-Understanding our feeds-Filter bubbles & echo chambers-Fact checking-Lateral searching Check out this informative article on information literacy: From the article: see the rest of article: Don’t Be Fooled… Fact Check!
Philosophy For Kids: Critical Thinking Questions To Ask Yourself About New Information!
Lend A Helping Secular Hand During The Holidays
Even if you’re not religious, many secular people still see the holidays as a special time with friends and family. Because of this, many people can be extra sad this time of year if they don’t have friends or family to spend time with. With your parents or guardians, brainstorm some ways that you can […]