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THE CHILD AND CHILD-NATURE. By the Baroness Marenholtz
Bulow. With a few Illustrations. Third Edition, 38., " CONTENTS.- Introductory - Child-nature- The First Utterances of the ChildRequisites of Education-Early Childhood-Froebel's Method–The KindergartenThe Child's First Relations to Nature, to Mankind, to God.
6. The name of the authoress is well known as that of one of Froebel's most affectionate and enthusiastic discples, and as one of the most skilful expositors of the theory of the Kindergarten system. The book will be of special value to those who desire a more exact knowledge of Froebel and his work."-- Academy.
BY THE SAME AUTHORESS: HAND WORK AND HEAD WORK: Their Relation to one another. 38. CONTENTS.-On Labour and Kindergartens for the People-Establishment and Organi
zation of Kindergartens for the People-Training of Kindergarten Teachers“Transition Classes ”- The Kindergarten System and Industrial Schools Objections to the System answered.
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