The Number Abilities of Children When They Enter Grade One
by B. R. Buckingham & Josephine MacLatchy - 1930
The conventional arithmetic textbook, a book intended to be placed in the hands of third-grade children, begins with the presentation of a gaudy picture in which certain priggish children, impossibly clean in appearance, are occupied with hoops, marbles, dolls, or whatnot of the apparatus of play.
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