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" Play builds the child. It is a part of nature's law of growth. It is in truth for the sake of play, and of growth conducted by it, that there is such a thing as a child at all. As Herr Groos, our best of Germans and chief teacher in this matter, has well... "
Early Childhood Education - Page 5
by Lalla H. Pickett, Duralde Boren - 1923 - 220 pages
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Play in Education

Joseph Lee - Child development - 1915 - 500 pages
...child at all. As Herr Groos, our best of Germans and chief teacher in this matter, has well said : " Children do not play because they are young ; they are young in order that they may play." It is for the sake of play that the great phenomenon of infancy exists ; play is the positive side...
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Play in Education

Joseph Lee - Child development - 1915 - 500 pages
...our best of Germans and chief teacher in this matter, has well said : " Children do not playj?ecause they are young; they are young in order that they may play."" It is for tEe sakeofplay that thegreat phenomenon of infancy exists ; play is the positive side of...
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The Child and His School: An Interpretation of Elementary Education as a ...

Gertrude Hartman - Education - 1922 - 248 pages
...carrying it out. Karl Groos summed up the fundamental biological significance of play in these words: "Children do not play because they are young; they are young in order that they may play." Play gives exercise to the deepseated motor instincts of the child. Under the powerful stimulus of...
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