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" ... an even surface of ground or sand chosen for the purpose. When the picture was firmly grasped and imprinted, we drew it in school on a blackboard lying horizontally. It was sketched first by the teacher and pupils together, then made an exercise for... "
Quarter century edition of The paradise of childhood: A practical guide to ... - Page 25
by Edward Wiebé, Henry Wolcott Blake - 1907 - 274 pages
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 30

Henry Barnard - Education - 1880
...first by the teacher and pupils together, then made an exercise for every scholar. Our representations of the earth's surface had at first a spherical form like the apparent horizon. At the first public examination which the school gave, I was so fortunate as not only to rejoice in...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 30

Henry Barnard - Education - 1880
...first by the teacher and pupils together, then made an exercise for every scholar. Our representations of the earth's surface had at first a spherical form like the apparent horizon. At the first public examination which the school gave, I was so fortunate as not only to rejoice in...
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Froebel: Materials to Aid a Comprehension of the Work of the Founder of the ...

Friedrich Fröbel - Education - 1887 - 128 pages
...by the the teacher and pupils together, then made an exercise for every scholar. Oar representations of the earth's surface had at first a spherical form like the apparent horizon. At the first public examination which the school gave, I was so fortunate as not only to rejoice in,...
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Papers on Froebel's Kindergarten: With Suggestions on Principles and Methods ...

Henry Barnard - Kindergarten - 1890 - 791 pages
...first by the teacher and pupils together, then made an exercise for every scholar. Our representations of the earth's surface had at first a spherical form like the apparent horizon. At the first public examination which the school gave, I was so fortunate as not only to rejoice in...
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Papers on Froebel's Kindergarten: With Suggestions on Principles and Methods ...

Henry Barnard - American journal of education - 1890 - 799 pages
...first by the teacher and pupils together, then made an exercise for every scholar. Our representations of the earth's surface had at first a spherical form like the apparent horizon. At the first public examination which the school gave, I was so fortunate as not only to rejoice in...
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