Kindergarten and Early Schooling

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Prentice-Hall, 1977 - Kindergarten - 432 pages
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Contents

chapter
3
Kindergarten is an Opportunity
9
chapter
11
chapter
13
Education in the Kindergarten and Mental Health
15
part II
21
The Size of the Group Affects the Experience of the Individual
27
Observing the Childs Behavior in Routines
34
Childrens Play Leads to Areas of Physical Science
198
Children are ready for Experience in Botany
204
chapter 12
210
Finger Painting
220
Some Children Worry About Getting Dirty
226
MUSIC AND RHYTHM IN SCHOOL LIFE
231
Making the Most of Sound
238
Teaching Songs to Children
244

Children Are Not the Same at All Times
41
Experimentation with Friendship
48
part III
57
Children Struggle to Express Feeling Verbally
72
chapter 7
97
Play Leads to Discovery Reasoning and Thought
103
Play Leads to Emotional Equilibrium
110
Variety in Childrens Play
118
chapter 9
127
chapter 10
149
Science Learning In the Block Corner 756
156
Effective Group Play Calls for Teacher Guidance 763
163
The Materials and Methods for Woodwork
170
The Value of Woodworking Products 777
177
SCIENCE EXPERIENCES FOR CHILDREN AND TEACHERS 780
180
Abstract Concepts are Learned
186
Children Observe Facts of LifeAnd Death
192
Abundance Requires Selectivity
250
Poetry Available to Children
269
Practical Considerations in Providing Literature
277
Additional Titles on Special Aspects of Experience
288
What is Reading?
294
chapter 16
313
Physical Exercise is An Important First
326
References and Further Reading
339
chapter 19
371
Disagreements
378
Guidance as Opposed to Domination
386
Discipline is Teaching
394
The Child is Whole
400
Process and Procedure of Group Meetings
406
Parents Come to School
413
INDEX
424
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