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Children's play and its place in education, an appendix on the Montessori method

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Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2007 with funding from IVIicrosoft Corporation http://www.archive.org/details/childrensplayitsOOwoodrich CHILDREN'S PLAY AD MATREM CHILDREN'S PLAY IN EDUCATIONAND ITS PLACE WITH AN APPENDIX ON THE MONTESSORI METHOD BY WOODWALTER MIDDLE TEMPLE BARRISTER-AT-LAWor THB ; LONDON KEGAN PAUL, TRENCH,TRUBNER CO.,LTD.& BROADWAY HOUSE, 68-74 CARTER LANE, E.C. I913 ; i-f3l " I leave to the children the flowers of fields, and the blos-the soms of the woods, with the freely accord-right to playamong them ofing to the customs of children. And I devise to them the banks the brooks, and the golden sands beneath the waters thereof, and the odours of the willows that dip therein, and the white clouds that float high over giant trees. And leave the children thethe I long, long days to be merry in, in a thousand ways, and the night and the moon and the train of the milky way to wonder at. . . . " I devise to boys jointly all the useful idle fields and commons where ballmaybe played all pleasantwaterswhere one mayswim ; all snow-clad hills where one may slide . . ; and all meadows with . thereof, the woods and theirthe clover blossoms and butterflies and strangeappurtenances, the squirrels and birds, and echoes noises, and all distant places which may be visited, together with adventures there found.the I "And;!

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Digitized by the Internet Archive
in 2007 with funding from
IVIicrosoft Corporation
http://www.archive.org/details/childrensplayitsOOwoodrichCHILDREN'S PLAYAD MATREMCHILDREN'S PLAY
IN EDUCATIONAND ITS PLACE
WITH AN APPENDIX ON
THE MONTESSORI METHOD
BY
WOODWALTER
MIDDLE TEMPLE BARRISTER-AT-LAWor THB ;
LONDON
KEGAN PAUL, TRENCH,TRUBNER CO.,LTD.&
BROADWAY HOUSE, 68-74 CARTER LANE, E.C.
I913;
i-f3l
" I leave to the children the flowers of fields, and the blos-the
soms of the woods, with the freely accord-right to playamong them
ofing to the customs of children. And I devise to them the banks
the brooks, and the golden sands beneath the waters thereof, and
the odours of the willows that dip therein, and the white clouds
that float high over giant trees. And leave the children thethe I
long, long days to be merry in, in a thousand ways, and the night
and the moon and the train of the milky way to wonder at. . . .
" I devise to boys jointly all the useful idle fields and commons
where ballmaybe played all pleasantwaterswhere one mayswim
;
all snow-clad hills where one may slide . . ; and all meadows with
.
thereof, the woods and theirthe clover blossoms and butterflies
and strangeappurtenances, the squirrels and birds, and echoes
noises, and all distant places which may be visited, together with
adventures there found.the
I
"And;! give and bequeath to the said boys each his own place at
the fireside at night, with all pictures which may be seen in the
wood, to enjoy without let or hindrance and without anyburning
and care."incumbrance
,Cbarles Lounsbury's Will...c ^.^ ^^
{By courteoks dbiifsent of' 'Messra. Harper and Brothers.)