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62 cents Alice Alice's apple AUSTRALASIA baby big boy big cat big dog big eyes big toad bite blackboard BRITISH NORTH AMERICA butterflies buzz cake cat run catch caught cheese child Cloth 60c coat Crustacea desk Diagram dog run drink Eva's flag Fred garden GEOGRAPHICAL George give us wool go to school horse INFORMATION READERS Jennie kitty lion little birds little boy little doll little girl little mouse long claws look mamma Map of England MIDDLE ENGLAND Minnie Molluscs Papa phonic Physical and Political pict picture pitcher Plan of School play ball play hop play school pretty babies pretty bird pretty little primer pronunciation pupils reading-books Rose Rover SANTA CLARA COUNTY scientific classification sheep Short and simple simple stories sing squirrel STORIES FROM ENGLISH sunshade talk Teacher teaching tell trap tree walk whip Willie
Page 95 - Little Jack Horner Sat in a corner Eating a Christmas pie; He put in his thumb, And pulled out a plum, And said, "What a good boy am I!
Page ii - On the other hand, observation of things and movements does not necessarily involve this twofold act of analysis, introspective and objective, but only the latter — the objective analysis. It is granted that we all have frequent occasion to condemn poor methods of instruction as teaching words rather than things. But we admit that we mean empty sounds or characters rather than true words. Our suggestions for the correct method of teaching amount in this case simply to laying stress on the meaning...
Page 96 - ONCE I saw a little bird Come hop, hop, hop ; So I cried, little bird, Will you stop, stop, stop? And was going to the window To say, how do you do ? But he shook his little tail, And far away he flew.
Page 101 - Do all the good you can, To all the people you can, In all the ways you can, Just as long as you can.
Page ii - ... differences among material things, because of the fact that the word has a twofold character — addressed to external sense as spoken sound to the ear, or as written and printed words to the eye — but containing a meaning or sense addressed to the understanding and only to be seized by introspection. The pupil...
Page 99 - Altogether this book is au admirable introduction to the study of English history. 2. EARLY ENGLAND, from Pre-historic Times to the Year 1154. 192 pages; 54 interesting Lessons, with useful Notes; 94 attractive Pictures; 6 finely-engraved Maps. Price, 35 cents.