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UNGRADED

PUBLISHED BY THE UNGRADED TEACHERS ASSOCIATION
OF NEW YORK CITY AT CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE

EDITORIAL OFFICE, 500 PARK AVE., NEW YORK

ELIZABETH E. FARRELL Inspector of Ungraded Classes, President
Editor

STELLA KRASSNER, on Methods
ELISE A. SEYFARTH

MARTHA BARNEY, on Class Management
Associate Editors

JOSEPHINE VAN THOFF, on Handwork
ELIZABETH A. WALSH

MABEL F. KELLY, on Reviews and Ex-
KATHERINE MCGINN

changes
ELIZABETH TEAS WOOD

Business and Advertising Manager
LUCY GUARDENIER

MARJORIE H. LENOX

Por Advertising rates, address: Advertising Manager, 5704 4th Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Published monthly, excepting July, August and September, at 10 Depot Street,
Concord, N. H., by the Ungraded Teachers Association of New York City. Editorial
Office, Hall of the Board of Education, 500 Park Avenue, New York City. Sub-
scription, $1.50; single copy, 20 cents. Entered at the Post Office, Concord, N. H.,
as second-class matter, under the Act of March 3, 1879.

C. H. STOELTING CO.
Manufacturers and Importers

APPARATUS AND SUPPLIES FOR
Binot-Simon Measuring Scale for Intelligence.
Yerkes-Bridges Point-Scale.
Goddard's Tests used in the Vineland Training School.
Whipple’s “Manual of Mental and Physical Tests.".
Healy & Fernald's “Practical Mental Classification."
Healy's "The Individual Delinquent.”.
Wallin's "Serial Tests for Measuring the Rate of Mental Growth and

Improvement."
Wallin's "Group Experiments on Visual After-Images.”
Pyle's "Examination of School Children.'
Franz's "Handbook of Mental Examination Methods.”
Titchener's Pyschological Texts.
Knox's Tests used in the U. S. Immigration Bureau.
Porteus' Test for Mental Deficiency.
Woolley & Fisher's Mental and Physical Measurements of Working Children.
Weidensall's Physical and Mental Tests for Criminal Women.

Woodworth & Well's Association Tests.
In addition to the apparatus and supplies mentioned above, we manufacture and handle a full line for Physics,
Chemistry, Biology and Physiology. We will gladly mail descriptive

matter to anyone interested. Please spooify in what line of work you are engaged.

3037-3047 Carroll Ave., Chicago, Ill., U. S. A.

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Kindergarten Materials and Kindred Supplies

for Ungraded Classes

HAMILTON WEAVING MATS

EXTRA LARGE SIZE STICKS Linen mats with gray borders, black and white

1 inch thick, 1 to 10 inches long, larger than the stripes and colored wooden weavers.

enlarged kindergarten sticks, but neither as STEIGER'S HOME BUILDING BOX large nor expensive as the “Long Stair." A substantial wooden box, containing 123 twoinch kindergarten blocks for free play,

SEWING CARDS FOR THE BLIND weighing only 25 lbs.

Linen squares with embossed perforated lines. NATURE STUDY AND OBJECT TEACHING CHARTS

Kindergarten Catalogs Mailed Gratis Upon Request
Correspondence Relative to Special Material and the Development

of New Idea Solicited

E. STEIGER & CO.
49 Murray Street, New York

Tolophono, Barclay 6133-6134

P. O. Box 1905

WIDE AWAKE JUNIOR

School for Backward and Inefficient

Children

9 Miss MARY W. FLANAGAN, Camillus, New York, has opened her home as a school for children whose minds have not developed normally. In this Home school children will receive training in good habits and in the practical lines which they are capable of doing.

AN EASY PRIMER: No. 11748 on the

New York List The popularity and success of the Wide Awake Readers have led to the preparation of this new book in the series— "Wide Awake Junior"-a primer containing more than eight thousand words of reading-matter based on a vocabulary of exactly two hundred words.

This book has an average repetition of forty times per word, and is probably the easiest primer ever published. The material is restricted to child life, and all the stories are within the experience of the first-grade pupil. The amount of reading-matter is exceptionally large. The vocabulary is nonliterary.

g Parents having children who are not making normal progress in school, will be pleased to learn of this opportunity for special training along scientific lines.

MENTAL HYGIENE OF

CHILDHOOD
By DR. W.A.WHITE, Superintendent of
St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Washington, D.C.

Mailing price, $1.95
The latest word as to the instruction of

retarded children,

For further information, address
Miss Flanagan, Camillus, N. Y.

LITTLE, BROWN & COMPANY

34 Beacon Street, Boston

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