There is so much to learn about P4C. Below are a few general pages that might be of interest – and, just below, is a list of further resources and reading for the curious and motivated!
Collected P4C research on PhilPapers
P4C Hawai’i Bibliography (2013)
SAPERE’s Searchable Library of P4C Resources
Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children
Journal of Philosophy in Schools
The Development of Intellectual Humility as an Impact of a Week-Long Philosophy Summer Camp for Teens and Tweens. David J. Anderson, Patricia N. Holte, Joseph Maffly-Kipp, Daniel Conway, Claire Elise Katz, and Rebecca J. Schlegel. 2021.
Philosophy Camps for Teens (guest post by Claire Katz). 2020.
Philosophy for Kids: 40 Fun Questions about Everything... David White, 2001.
Big Ideas for Little Kids: Teaching Philosophy through Children’s Literature. Thomas E. Wartenberg, 2009.
The If Machine: Philosophical Enquiry in the Classroom. Peter Worley, 2011.
Philosophy for Young Children: A Practical Guide. Berys and Morag Gaut, 2011.
The If Odyssey: A Philosophy Journal through Greek Myth and Storytelling for 8-16 Year-Olds. Peter Worley, 2012.
An Illustrated Book of Bad Arguments. Ali Almossawi, 2014.
Provocations: Philosophy for Secondary School. David Birch, 2014.
The Philosophical Child. Jana Mohr Lone, 2015.
40 Lessons to Get Children Thinking: Philosophical Adventures Across the Curriculum. Peter Worley, 2016.
The Philosophy Shop: Ideas, Activities and Questions to Get People, Young and Old, Thinking Philosophically. Peter Worley, 2016.
Growing Up with Philosophy Camp: How learning to Think Develops Friendship, Community, and a Sense of Self. Claire Katz, 2020.
Center for Philosophy for Children, UWash. (Contains lesson plans!)
Iowa Philosophy Lyceum, UIowa. (Workshop!)
Montclair State University: Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children (Book Reviews of Philosophical Children’s Books)
Montclair State University: Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children (Wise Owl Curriculum Teacher’s Guides and Guidelines for Discussion)
Montclair State University: Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children (Gareth B. Matthews Memorial Page)