Excerpt from North Carolina Education, Vol. 11: A Journal of Education, Rural Progress, and Civic Betterment; September, 1916
At the beginning of the term, I made each pupil a little booklet of white paper and tied with baby ribbons, which they keep in their spelling books.
The children all try to see who can keep his book the cleanest and have the fewest words in it at the end of the trem. After each spelling lesson they write. The word or words they have missed in that lesson, correctly in their little books. This takes but afew moments.
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