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" Play is the purest, most spiritual activity of man at this stage, and, at the same time, typical of human life as a whole — of the inner hidden natural life in man and all things. It gives, therefore, joy, freedom, contentment, inner and outer rest,... "
The Kindergarten-primary Magazine - Page 379
edited by - 1907
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Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of ..., Volume 1

United States. Bureau of Education - Education - 1895
...to their future as ours arc to us.'7 Froebel;* 'Play is the purest, most spiritual activity of men at this stage, and at the same time typical of human life as a whole, of inner hidden natural life in men and all things. It holds the sources of all that is good. The plays...
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Education, Volume 30

Education - 1910
...why, unlike gymnastics, play has as much soul as body."* Play means to the growing child soul growth. "Play is the purest, most spiritual activity of man...the same time, typical of human life as a whole,' of inner hidden natural life in man and all things."! "When a little girl plays 'dolls' or 'keeping house'...
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The Education of Man

Friedrich Fröbel - Education - 1887 - 340 pages
...representation of the inner — representation of the inner from inner necessity and impulse (see § 27). Play is the purest, most spiritual activity of man...the world. It holds the sources of all that is good. A child that plays thoroughly, with self -active determination, perseveringly until physical fatigue...
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The Education of Man

Friedrich Fröbel - Education - 1887 - 332 pages
...representation of the inner — representation of tlie inner from inner necessity and impulse (see § 27). Play is the purest, most spiritual activity of man...the world. It holds the sources of all that is good. A child that plays thoroughly, with self-active determination, perseveringly until physical fatigue...
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Report of the Commissioner of Education, Volume 1

United States. Office of Education - Education - 1895
...to their future as ours are to us.'7 Froebol:" 'Play is the purest, most spiritual activity of men at this stage, and at the same time typical of human life as a whole, of inner hidden natural life in men and all things. It holds the sources of all that is good. The plays...
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The ... Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education, Volumes 1-5

Charles Alexander McMurry, Nelson Bollinger Henry - Education - 1900
...inadequate, but, considered subjectively, it is perfect. "Play is the purest, most spiritual activity in man at this stage, and, at the same time, typical...the inner hidden natural life in man and all things" (Froebel). This continued attempt at self-expression by the soul develops the bodily organs which it...
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The Child: A Study in the Evolution of Man

Alexander Francis Chamberlain - Child development - 1900 - 498 pages
...learning, and created a system of play-education for young children. Froebel himself believed that ' Play is the purest, most spiritual activity of man...the same time typical of human life as a whole of inner hidden natural life in men and all things. It holds the sources of all that is good. The plays...
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The North-western Monthly: A Magazine Devoted to University ..., Volume 9

Education - 1898
...self-active representation of the inner — representation of the inner from inner necessity and impulse. Play is the purest, most spiritual activity of man...at the same time, typical of human life as a whole. . . . It gives therefore joy, freedom, contentment. ... It holds the source of all that is good. A...
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Comenius and the Beginnings of Educational Reform

Will Seymour Monroe - Education - 1900 - 184 pages
...Education of man,2 Frobel says: "Play is the purest, most spiritual activity of the child at this period; and, at the same time, typical of human life as a whole — of the 1 Frobel and education through self-activity. By H. Courthope Brown. New York : Charles Scribner-s...
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Comenius and the Beginnings of Educational Reform

Will Seymour Monroe - Education - 1900 - 184 pages
...Education of man,2 Frobel says: "Play is the purest, most spiritual activity of the child at this period; and, at the same time, typical of human life as a whole j — of the 1 Frobel and education through self-activity. By H. Courthope Brown. New York : Charles...
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