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Kindergarten Materials and Kindred Supplies
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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,
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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.
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.
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.
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