The Children's Primer

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Ginn, 1891 - Readers (Primary) - 102 pages
 

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Page 105 - it contains more reading-matter, in proportion to the number of new words, than any other book in the market. The sentences are short, childlike, and full of expression ; the illustrations, not only artistic, but suggestive ; and the new words are introduced so gradually and repeated so constantly that the little ones are enabled to hold fast all they learn.
Page 106 - is made for the second half-year. It is a simple but steady growth in the same line with the Primer, and makes possible a real advance instead of a constant stopping and beginning over again.
Page 108 - Ga. book Is interesting. Locke says; "Memory comes from interest. What children are deeply interested in they will never forget." ENUNCIATION AND ARTICULATION. A Book of Practical Exercises. By Miss ELLA M. BOYCE, recently Superintendent of Public Schools, Bradford, Pa. I2mo. Boards, iv
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Page 107 - WILTSE is a teacher of long experience, as well ' as a successful writer of stories ; and her books are invaluable to all who have the care of children. STORIES FOR KINDERGARTENS AND PRIMARY SCHOOLS. By
Page 107 - pages. Illustrated. Boards: Mailing price, 30 cents ; for introduction, 25 cents. Cloth : 40 and 35 cents. These stories have been told to children ; in truth, they are a Kindergarten growth. They charm without exciting fear, and delight without a suggestion of the immoral side of life. No wonder they are good, then! These stories reveal an intimate knowledge of the child-mind and the devices which command its
Page 28 - Oh, you big squirrel! Where did you get that nut? I got it on the tree. We want that nut. No, no, you can not have my nut. I want it for my baby squirrel. You can get a nut on the tree. Run up the tree and get a nut.
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