And here the kindergartner has great room for the exercise of judgment, in the selection of suitable objects.
Is it not true that such work requires considerable effort from the kindergartner to make it interesting to the child?
It is no part of the kindergartner's duty to give—she can only awaken—the feelings of harmony, beauty, unity, and conscience.
Of course the American kindergartner does not use "foolish" stories; but stories she does use, and to good effect.
Do not say I am making too solemn a matter of these movement plays, to the kindergartner.
But he divined the meaning of that way, and its issues, and gives it to the kindergartner.
Informal questions by the kindergartner and answers by the children, on its introduction, that it may be well understood.
It cannot be put into formulas, nor does it come by intuition into the scientific form in which a kindergartner needs to have it.
The fourteen little stories in this book are not offered as a collection ample enough to satisfy all needs of the kindergartner.
To utilize their love of talking as they play is what is first to be done by the kindergartner.