The Kindergarten for Teachers and Parents Volume 2, Nos. 2-14

The Kindergarten for Teachers and Parents Volume 2, Nos. 2-14

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1889 edition. Excerpt: ...will confer a favor by mentioning The Kindergarten and this Index. Technical Education In Elementary Schools And Out Of Them. Grace Johnstone. London Journal of Education for November I, 1889. 'Published by Hack & Anderson, Chicago. $1.50, post paid. Kindergarten Principles In Primary Work. W. N. Hailmann. Indiana School Journal for November, 1889. Day Nurseries (Illustrated). Cornelia Southard in Dcmorcst for November, 1889. How Can I Become A Distinct Speaker? Robert McLean Cumnock in Chautauquan for December, 1889. The Kindergarten. Thos. M. Balliet. New York School Journal for November 2, 1889. The Musical Education. May Dealing Bevier. Babyhood'for November, 1889. A Swedish Philanthropist's Work, And The Progress Of Slojd. Carl Falleen. Journal of Industrial Education (Chicago) for October, 1889. Little Experiments, A Soap Bubble. Sophie B. Herrick. Harper's Young People for November 19, 1889. How The Other Half Lives--Studies Among The Tenements (Illustrated.) Jacob A. Riis. Scridner for December, 1889. An Indianapolis Kindergartner was trying to lead up the thought of the children to the beautiful works of the Creator, by noting their own little creations and what their parents make. "Now, haven't you all watched the beautiful things your papas were making?" she asked. "You orter see," replied one little urchin, "the lovely sausage meat my father makes." St. Louis, Mo. A change of administration in municipal affairs, has caused some apprehension lest the in-comers might not work as harmoniously for Kindergarten interests as the out-goers have done. But assurances are given that the Kindergarten shall flourish as it never flourished before. The Globe Democrat relates that "Miss McCulloch, who feels to...show more

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  • Paperback | 228 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 12mm | 413g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236512235
  • 9781236512239