Week 3: Would you rather be a child or an adult? Why?
Week 4: What if it was always October?
Week 5: Would you rather be a fish or a bird? Why?
Week 6: What if we walked on our hands instead of our feet?
Week 7: What if everything was black and white?
Week 8: If you could be an animal what would you be? Why?
Week 9: Would you rather be the sun or the moon? Why?
Week 10: What if you were the size of a mouse?
Week 11: Would you rather live in a spider’s web or foxes den?
Week 12: What if there wasn’t any electricity?
Week 13: What if you had a long neck like a giraffe?
Week 14: Does your pet love you the way you love it?
Week 1: Would you rather be an ant or a spider? Why?
Week 2: What if we all had wings?
Week 3: What if there was no sun?
Week 4: Would you rather be a rainbow or a cloud? Why?
Week 5: Tray of objects: Children discuss a link between 2 or more objects.
Week 6: What if there were no straight lines?
Week 7: What if people had wheels instead of legs?
Week 8: Would you rather be a cheetah or a lion? Why?
Week 9: What if houses were made of rubber?
Week10: Tray of objects linked to a story. Discuss.
Week 11: What if everything was black and white?
Week 12: What would if be like if there were no stars?
Week 1: Would you rather be brave and poor or cowardly and rich?
Week 2: Can you ever know what it is like to be someone else?
Week 3: Is there more happiness or sadness in the world?
Week 4: Can you touch a rainbow?
Week 5: Can you cast a shadow in a dark room?
Week 6: Is it ever OK to cheat?
Week 7: If you cry when you are happy are you sad?
Week 8: Is a computer clever?
Week 9: Are you natural or man-made?
Week 10: Is a good person a good person when they are asleep?
Week 11: If a lion could talk would we be able to understand it?
Week 12: Do animals have feelings?
Week 13: What is the most important part of a fork? A box?
Week 14: Does everything have a taste?