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" ... with them a song belonging to it. The loving patience and abandon with which he did this, the whole bearing of the man while the children played various games under his direction were so moving that tears came into my companion's eyes as well as my... "
Quarter century edition of The paradise of childhood: A practical guide to ... - Page 47
by Edward Wiebé, Henry Wolcott Blake - 1907 - 274 pages
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Reminiscences of Friedrich Froebel

Bertha Maria freifrau von Marenholtz-Bülow, Emily Anne Eliza Shirreff - Kindergarten - 1877 - 359 pages
...clothed, who marched two and two up a hill, where, having marshalled them for a play, he practised with them a song belonging to it. The loving patience...that tears came into my companion's eyes as well as into my own, and I said to her, " This man is called an ' old fool ' by these people ; perhaps he is...
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The Kindergarten and the School

Kindergarten - 1886 - 146 pages
...having marshaled them for a play he practiced them with a song belonging to it. The loving patience with which he did this, the whole bearing of the man,...tears came into my companion's eyes as well as my own, and I said to her: ' This man is called *" The Baroness von Marenholtz-Biilow, whose life work is inseparably...
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Froebel: Materials to Aid a Comprehension of the Work of the Founder of the ...

Friedrich Fröbel - Education - 1887 - 128 pages
...clothed, who marched two and two up a hill, where, having marshalled them for a play, he practised with them a song belonging to it. The loving patience...that tears came into my companion's eyes as well as into my own, and I said to her, "This man is called an ' old fool ' by these people; perhaps he is...
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Kindergarten Review, Volume 6

Kindergarten - 1896
...of them barefooted and scantily clothed, who marched two and two up a hill, where having marshaled them for play, he practiced with them a song belonging...came into my companion's eyes as well as my own." But why multiply examples? The world has come to understand how Frœbel loved little children, and...
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