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I'm building an imaginary theme park called Everything-World as a philosophical resource for kids - at home or in the classroom.

Each ride has a theme: The Mirror Maze of Oneself, The Ghost-Train of Change, The Lake of Meaning, The Rollercoaster of Social Order, The Slippery Slide of Disappointment, and more.

The rides are operated by creatures from my nine STORYBOOKS.

The rides take the form of activity cards for the kitchen table or in classroom circles, so that the children can keep a memory of how they once thought ~ forevermore. And as we enter 2024/5 we wish to expand the cards into ‘Blankish Journals’ for the classroom accompanied by many activity books by DR JOSEY DeROSSI, where kids can have a go at making their own necessary rides and own questions and their own ride operators, and their own stories, and their own lives. Please stay in contact so we can make this experience as helpful as possible to families and schools everywhere. We welcome all feedback and look forward to building this ever-growing theme park of the mind with you and the kids. Please email storytellings@icloud.com ~ and see what happens. 


Stay in contact to stay up to date and to shortly receive free monthly questions to add to the ever-growing journals of your mind.





Guilt Over Screen-time

I was feeling guilty about the amount of screen time the kids were having and so I made an imaginary theme park called EVERYTHING-WORLD to elasticise my kids’ minds, whether it be for 45 minutes after Sunday lunch or 5 minutes during the winter holidays when everyone is happily stuck on their screens. After asking…

Talking About Global Problems With Children

So again, let’s all remember this is just me, in my garden, thinking. I’m no specialist on Marxism, I don’t read Neiche, I don’t even know how a radio works, so just relax, realise I might be totally talking to faeries and carry on the conversation with the person closest to you later on. THE…

The Story of my Imaginary Themepark

But there was something about those hours upon hours upon hours of pure wondering that had vanished from my life… “How are you going to make the world a better place?” My father would ask me, again and again.  “I’m just going to go around and make people’s days better?” I would answer. “That’s not…