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3. The Work of the High School in the Miss Chase's“ Buds, Stems and Roots" 18 an
Light of Recent Studies upon Adoles. excellent little book for nature study full of
valuable information and of suggestions.
Yours very truly,
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Fred W. Atkinson, Principal of High nounce the completion of arrangements re
I received by express this morning a copy
School, Springfield, Mass. garding railroad rates with all passenger 2980
each of “ Robinson Crusoe,'
"" Aunt Martha's 8. Some Cautions to be Observed in Child clations excepting the Western Passenger
Corner Cupboard," Kingsley's “Water-Babies,"
Study. Ossian H. Lang, New York City. and “Story of the Buds," Association, Early action by that Association
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Babies" for more advanced pupils, while your
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and “ Aunt
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Activities of Children. Edwin G. Dex. The local organization at Washington has
primary classes. We use this class of reading
ter, Normal School, Greeley, Colo. already issued a valuable oircular of Informa
matter to the exclusion of the old time read.
2. The Rearing of Children from an Ex- erg and find it tar mjre interesting and profit. tion which has been extensively distributed
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Laboratory of Psychology and Psy. ested. Correspondence regarding local mat
for preparing such excellent reading matter in
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such excellent style and at such reasonable Whitman, D.D., Columbian University, Chair.
3. Some Lines of Progress in Child Study rates. man of Executive Committee, Washington. During the Year. G. Stanley Hall, Presi.
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dent Clark University, Worcester, Mass.
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Children. Edward W. Scripture, Yale
- Those who know of the work which the GENERAL SESSIONS.
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ever ready to give a word of strong common.
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University, Montreal, Can. Tuesday, July 12.
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son, Supt. of Public Schools, Andover, Spontaneous Individual Purpose on the
Magg. Part of the Pupil. Supt. W. H. Elson,
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and Fields. Discussion led by Supervisor B. F.
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