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Children often find out what they are painting by looking at it, rather than by planning first. There is a regular sequence. Zigzags and circular scribbles are followed by circles with indications of eyes and mouth, plus arms and legs. All children seem to go through these stages if they are given the chance to draw. Our batch seemed to reach each stage rather sooner than average, no doubt as a natural outcome of beginning early. I have always been delighted to watch a small child painting, the sure little hand holding the brush six or seven inches from the tip, watching so carefully, one length of the line just as important as another, the child totally wrapped up in creation.

If European, you measure in pints and half pints, or liters and half liters. This gives a chance to demonstrate that glassmeasuring jugs show more than one sort of measure, while the goblet of the liquidizer shows the pint and the half-liter. This can develop into measuring by spans and cubits and feet, or using floor tiles as units for comparing the length of teddy and his companions. But all of this had to wait until the mixing bowl was washed. For the children’s sake I provided myself with a scales using weights rather than a spring balance with a dial.

The State acknowledges that the primary and natural educator of the child is the family and guarantees to respect the inalienable right and duty of parents to provide, according to their means, for the religious and moral, intellectual, physical and social education of their children. 2. Parents shall be free to provide this education in their homes or in private schools or in schools recognized or established by the State. 3. The State shall not oblige parents in violation of their conscience and lawful preference to send their children to schools established by the State, or to any particular type of school designated by the State.

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