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History Plays for the Grammar Grades

by Mary Ella Lyng

The play idea will always appeal to the minds of children. History, so often thought to be a dry subject, is made a live wide awake game when the pupils live the parts. The great men and women of history are made real to them.This method has been worked out by the pupils in the fifth grade in the McKinley School in San Francisco and found to be most successful.

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