Think Like A Detective is a fun new book that teaches young children critical thinking skills.
I thought cancel culture was a real thing, until my comedian wife encouraged me to use a little critical thinking.
“Manifesting” is all the rage these days. Help your little critical thinker test it with this fun experiment.
A critical thinking field trip is a fun way to learn how to question the spooky an debunk the paranormal.
For this Friday’s activity you are going to build a little scale for weighing evidence. I call it a “skept-o-meter.” One of the key concepts in critical thinking is understanding … Continue Reading Critical Thinking Activity: Building a Skept-o-Meter
Help children learn critical thinking with this fun card-sorting activity.
At the age of 9 Emily Rosa became a superstar in the scientific community for her science fair project. She deserved it too, because it was such an amazing project … Continue Reading Pseudoscience Experiment: Testing Therapeutic Touch
Want to teach kids critical thinking and scientific skepticism? Try a pseudoscience experiment!
For April Fools day my family pranked me by sending this email. I definitely don’t deserve them.
Now when you read the Beyond Belief books you will find little spyglass icons and inside each one will be a QR code. Scan the code and it will take … Continue Reading We are adding videos to the book series!
Ok so I’m not going to lie: I haven’t finished this book yet. But this book is so good that I don’t want to wait to tell you to go … Continue Reading How Minds Change: A book review
Happy father’s day! For this special day I thought I would share the first chapter of a book I started working on about fatherhood. I started it a year ago … Continue Reading You’re Going to Have to Wipe Someone’s Butt (Happy Father’s Day)
One of the very best things about writing kids books is reading the letters that kids send me. Of course these days the “letters” are mostly emails from parents and … Continue Reading A Kid Investigator Takes on Bigfoot
Adam the Ape by Wolfgang Wambach When I was a kid in the 80s (yes I’m that old), I was obsessed with a TV show called BJ and the Bear. … Continue Reading Adam the Ape: A book review
It was three months ago when I first published a therapy workbook for children ages 5 to 10 called Pixel’s Big Book of Feelings. It was a lot of fun … Continue Reading FREE Activity book for Kids
Of all the things a parent does, looking your innocent child in the eyes and trying to explain a terrible reality has to rank right up there with the worst. But when the reality is inescapable and children start asking questions, it has to be done.