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" We grant space and time to young plants and animals because we know that in accordance with the laws that live in them, they will develop properly and grow well... "
The Montessori Method and the American School - Page 216
by Florence Elizabeth Ward - 1913 - 243 pages
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Report: Containing the Proceedings of the Annual Session ..., Volume 32

Iowa State Horticultural Society - Fruit-culture - 1898
...words, the child can love before he can understand. Froebel, the apostle of childhood, says: "We give space and time to young plants and animals because...in them, they will develop properly and grow well; they are given rest, and arbitrary interference with their growth is avoided, because it is known that...
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The Education of Man

Friedrich Fröbel - Education - 1887 - 340 pages
...generations that trust in them fully and obey them. We grant space and time to young plants and mals because we know that, in accordance with the laws...grow well ; young animals and plants are given rest^ J and arbitrary interference with their growth is avoided, because it is known that the opposite practice...
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Love and Law in Child Training: A Book for Mothers

Emilie Poulsson - Child rearing - 1899 - 235 pages
...Froebel's words on this point are still true with reference to many parents and educators. He says : — '' We grant space and time to young plants and animals...grow well; young animals and plants are given rest, arbitrary interference with their growth is avoided, because it is known that the opposite practice...
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Love and Law in Child Training: A Book for Mothers

Emilie Poulsson - Domestic education - 1899 - 235 pages
...words on this point are still true with reference to many parents and educators. He says : — 1 ' We grant space and time to young plants and animals...that in accordance with the laws that live in them, the}' will develop properly and grow well; young animals and plants are given rest, arbitrary interference...
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The Child Under Eight

Elsie Riach Murray, Henrietta Brown Smith - Education - 1919 - 236 pages
...water, while the chicken scratches the ground and the young swallow catches its food upon the wing. We grant space and time to young plants and animals...in them, they will develop properly and grow well ; arbitrary interference with their growth is avoided because it would hinder their development ; but...
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