A Primer

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D.C. Heath & Company, 1888 - Primers - 123 pages
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Page 137 - Davidson. 1.50 Malleson's Early Training of Children. " The best book for mothers I ever read." — Elizabeth P. Peabody. 0.75 Hall's Bibliography of Pedagogical Literature. Covers every department of Education. 11.50 Peabody's Home, Kindergarten and Primary School Education. "The best book outside of the Bible I ever
Page 137 - already been tried and found useless. Compayr6*S History Of Pedagogy. " The best and most comprehensive history of Education in English." — Dr. GS Hall $175 Compayre's Lectures on Teaching. "The best book in existence on the theory and practice of Education." — Supt. MacAllister, Philadelphia. . 1.75
Page 137 - Nation. 0.90 Richter's Levana; or the Doctrine of Education. "A spirited and scholarly book."—Prof. WH Payne 1.40 Rosmini'S Method in Education. " The most important pedagogical work ever written."—Thomas Davidson. 1.50 Malleson's Early Training of Children. " The best book for mothers I ever read.
Page 137 - Education in English." — Dr. GS Hall $175 Compayre's Lectures on Teaching. "The best book in existence on the theory and practice of Education." — Supt. MacAllister, Philadelphia. . 1.75
Page 129 - Children are bom Naturalists." Agassiz. " There's never a leaf or blade too mean To be some happy creature's palace.'* WRIGHT. James
Page 129 - T"'HEY are the first readers ever modeled wholly on the plan of making
Page vii - Board Reading Lessons " of the " Suggestive Lessons in Language and
Page iii - designed to furnish children with reading matter, supplementary to the work outlined in the manual entitled " Suggestive Lessons.
Page 129 - the thought primary, the word secondary. Every child is a born naturalist — he loves nature with an ardent, spontaneous love. This Wonderful series directs and leads this spontaneity, and the words and sentences are learned with a surprising ease. We have tried the books in our primary schools, and can cordially recommend them to all teachers of little ones. Col. Francis W. Parker, Cook Co. Normal School, Normal Park, III. DC HEATH & CO., Publishers,
Page 134 - By Sarah Fuller, Principal of the Horace Mann Schoo

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