Throughout his life, Froebel felt with keen pain all that was discordant or inharmonious in human society.
The name came to Froebel a few years later as an inspiration.
And soon Froebel's room was the central point of interest for the whole school.
Froebel opened his first kindergarten at Blankenburg in Thuringia.
“There is nothing to fight about; it was all my fault,” said Froebel; and he hastily explained the whole matter.
On the farm the boy learned his trade, as Froebel suggests, at the hands of his father.
Froebel gave up his post, and set out for Griesheim on foot, spending his very last groschen on the way for bread.
I dropped Froebel and, running downstairs, burst upon them from the side door.
The teaching of Froebel and Montessori holds good after nursery days are over.
What the boy's play has to do with building character in him Froebel has told us.