Kindergarten Chats and other writings by Louis H. Sullivan George Wittenborn. Originally published in 1917. Editorial Note: The printing of the unpublished revision of Kindergarten Chats in this volume carries out at last Louis Sullivans wish that his work be issued in book form his Foreword., written in July 1918, is our authority. That no publisher was found during the six remaining years of Ms life., and that a good deal of vagueness and misunderstanding arose concerning Sullivans attitude to this work as well as with regard to the existence and condition of a revised manuscript reflects the com monplace that human nature and scholarship are inextricably bound together. Sullivan believed that a building represented an act,, and that such an act re vealed the man behind it, the mind and ethics of the architect, more conclusively and unerringly than any statement. In this sense, the fifty-two consecutive essays entitled Kindergarten Chats are an act, requiring no officious introduction or inter pretation. Nevertheless, a few general remarks should be made to suggest the nature and significance of Sullivans editing of 1918, particularly since the first version published serially in 1901 is available only in a few obscure files, and that edited by Claude Bragdon in 1934 is out of print. From June to October 1918, Sullivan worked over the manuscript and produced the text which follows, and which therefore represents its definitive form. The actual manuscript gives the impression that Sullivan revised in the exact meaning of the word, that he gave attention to every sentence and paragraph, that his alterations of word and phrase, his cutting and rewriting, were the product of genuine reconsid eration and a desire for greater clarity. The redundant or unprecise adjective was discarded the specific term was substituted for the more general or the vague one repetitive passages were deleted. Throughout this revision and the text here pub lished was prepared directly from the original manuscript it may be said that the secondary has been sacrificed to the primary...
140 PAGES OF ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION WITH PICTURES AND NUMBERS The workbook is designed in a such a way so that your child will progress to more difficult addition and subtraction questions with ease. This math workbook consists of 6 parts: ADDITION:The two numbers being added are represented by a corresponding number of pictures. The total is represented by pictures and the kids have to write the correct number. ADDITION: The two numbers being added are represented by a corresponding number of pictures. For the total, the kids are required to choose one of two results represented by numbers and a corresponding number of pictures. ADDITION: The two numbers being added are represented by a corresponding number of pictures and the kids are required to write the correct answer. without any help, but only by looking back at the two numbers being added. ADDITON: Addition with one number unknown. The kids are given the total represented by a number and a corresponding number of pictures and one of the numbers being added. They have to figure out the outher number. SUBTRACTION: The kids are presented with a line of pictures. The objects being subtracted are crossed out. The problem is also represented by numerals only. The kids simply have to count the objects that are not crossed out to get the final result. SUBTRACTION: the kids are presented with a line of pictures along with the numerical representation of the subtraction problems. The kids are required to cross out the objects that are being subtracted and count the remaining number of objects to get the final result.
** CAR ACTIVITY BOOK FOR KIDS ** LEARNING IS FUN! ** CONNECT THE DOTS, COLORING, WORD WRITING AND MORE!Fun Activity Book for Kids! Lots of different activities including dot to dot, tracing, coloring, and more! KEEP YOUR KIDS BUSY, ENTERTAINED, AND HAVING FUN WHILE THEY LEARN. Filled with many types of activities it will stimulate the brain, inspire creativity, and develop fine-motor skills.This book is a perfect workbook for kids aged 2-6 who want to COLOR, LEARN TO WRITE, PRACTICE DRAWING, TRACE, COUNT, AND BE CREATIVE. Suitable for both boys and girls, this activity book makes a great travel book or vacation workbook. It can also be taken on long car rides to pass the time. MAKES A GREAT GIFT FOR KIDS! ** THIS CHILDREN'S ACTIVITY BOOK FEATURES: * A big variety of activities * Connect the dots, tracing, picture analyzing, numbers, coloring * High-resolution printing
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Celebrating Intellectual Curiosity: Kindergarten Through College Scholarship and Research broadens the perspective on academic pursuits, using vignettes and stories to establish the complexities and utility of varying forms of research. Criteria are identified that fit the respective approaches.
Children will enjoy lots of fun activities in these multi-curriculum workbooks!Each workbook has 64 pages of essential skill exercises in language arts, maths, science and social studies.Use these books to review, reinforce, or accelerate learning.
Kindergarten Narratives on Froebelian Education showcases the latest scholarship and historical understandings concerning the casting of the kindergarten idea abroad: across cultures, continents and centuries. Each chapter reveals previously unknown narratives of intrepid endeavour, political pragmatism and pedagogical innovation that collectively provide insight into the transformation of Froebel's ideas on early education into a global phenomenon. Across global contexts, each chapter presents a case study of the ideas scattering abroad, illustrative of the movement of ideas, curricula and pedagogical change; in effect taking the kindergarten beyond the geographies and pedagogies of its German beginnings and borders. Chapters draw on historical examples of Froebelian education from The Netherlands, New Zealand, Japan, Sweden, the UK and the USA. In the journal History of Education in 2006, Froebelian history scholar Professor Kevin J. Brehony (1948-2013) lamented the 'relative neglect' of the history of early years education at the same time there was a heightened global social and political interest in educating the young child. In this book, an international team of contributors respond to Brehony's suggestion that historical perspectives can play a role in current debates and suggest ways historical narratives might inform policies and practices in twenty-first century early childhood education, care settings and contexts. Reconnecting past lessons and insights with present and future concerns for early education, young children and their place in society, this important collection also includes an historical timeline charting the spread of Froebelian education ideas and kindergartens across the world.