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The play of man

By: Groos, Karl, 1861-1946
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The survival values of play

By: Carr, Harvey A
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Play in education

By: Lee, Joseph, 1862-
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Play in education

By: Lee, Joseph, 1862-1937
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The play of man

By: Groos, Karl, 1861-1946
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Play in education

By: Lee, Joseph, 1862-1937
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Play in education

By: Lee, Joseph, 1862-1937
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Playthings

By: Bureau of educational experiments, New York
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Play in education

By: Lee, Joseph, B. 1862
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Play in education

By: Lee, Joseph, 1862-1937
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Play in education

By: Lee, Joseph, 1862-1937
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Play in education

By: Lee, Joseph, 1862-1937
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Play life in the first eight years

By: Palmer, Luella Angelina; Stewart, Seth Thayer, 1850-1913, ed
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Play, comprising games for the kindergarten playground, schoolroom, and college, how to coach and play girls' basket-ball, etc

By: Angell, Emmett Dunn
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A philosophy of play

By: Gulick, Luther Halsey, 1865-1918
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A philosophy of play

By: Gulick, Luther Halsey, 1865-1918
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A Philosophy of Play

By: Gulick, Luther Halsey, 1865-1918

...niversity of California 0^ Ll.THER HALSKY GUUCK > > • A PHILOSOPHY OF PLAY BY LUTHER HALSEY GULICK, M.D. WITH A FOREWORD BY JOSEPH LEE ASSOCIAT... ...ICK &&g&* ' fi :{*f FOREWORD If you want to know what a child is, study his play; if you want to affect what he shall be, direct the form of play. Th... ... Camp Fire Girls represent a long step toward the discovery of the girl. The Play- ground and Recreation Association of America, of which he was a pri... ... America, of which he was a principal founder, has led in the development of play and recreation in this country. His teaching has, through the Y. M. ... ...evolved his educational methods with- out first observing the child's actual play, which, in fact, Froebel spent fifteen years in studying, and in cri... ...teen years in studying, and in criticising Froebel's games as not actu- ally played by the children outside the kin- dergarten—ignoring Froebel's whol... ...ee. CONTENTS PAGE Foreword v Introduction xi CHAPTEB I. The Extent of the Play Interest . 1 II. Separation vs. Concentration ... 12 III. Hunting an... ...terest . 1 II. Separation vs. Concentration ... 12 III. Hunting and Fighting Plays ... 16 IV. Playing House 33 V. Fire Play 49 VI. Toys — Construction... ...tion and Ownership . 67 VII. Masculine and Feminine Differences 83 VIII. The Play of Animals 99 IX. The Play of Adults 113 X. The Play of Subnormal Ch...

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A Philosophy of Play

By: Gulick, Luther Halsey, 1865-1918

...erature Collection World Public Library.org Title: A PHILOSOPHY OF PLAY Author: LUTHER HALSEY GULICK Language: English Subject: Fiction, Lite... ...... ...ates of America D FOREWORD IF you want to know what a child is, study his play; if you want to affect what he shall be, direjiLlhe form of play. Thes... ...amp Fire Girls represent a long step toward the discovery of the girl. The Play- ground and Recreation Association of America, of which he was a princ... ...merica, of which he was a principal founder, has led in the development of play and recreation in this country. His teaching has, through the Y. M. C.... ...olved his educational methods with- out first observing the child's actual play, which, in fact, Froebel spent fifteen years in studying, and in criti... ...n years in studying, and in criticising Froebel's gamers as not actu- ally played by the children outside the kin- dergarten ignoring Froebel's whole ... ... T T JOSEPH LEE. CONTENTS FOREWORD v INTRODUCTION xi I. THE EXTENT OF THE PLAY INTEREST . 1 II. SEPARATION vs. CONCENTRATION ... 12 III. HUNTING AND ... ...REST . 1 II. SEPARATION vs. CONCENTRATION ... 12 III. HUNTING AND FIGHTING PLAYS ... 16 IV. PLAYING HOUSE . - 33 V. FIRE PLAY 49 VI. TOYS CONSTRUCTION...

Play ; Play (Philosophy)

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Effects of an Interactive, Literacy-rich Environment on the Social, Language, Cognitive, and Literacy Development of Young Children with and Without Special Needs: a Dissertation

By: Canelli, Jeanne M.

...Description: The purpose of this study is twofold: to identify play and literacy practices that are useful in an inclusive early childhood classroom and to demonstrate how these practices contribute to the development of children with and without disabilities. Play and literacy teaching ...

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Play and play materials for the pre-school child

By: Mitchell, Harriet
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