Quantity: 1 available
Good Condition: Notations to front endpapers otherwise unmarked. Light age toning. Binding solidly intact but shaken. Moderate cover wear, spine end cloth frayed and worn. Hardcover book copy of Child-Life Arithmetics Grade Eight by James R. Overman, Clifford Woody and Frederick S. Breed. Illustrated by J.M. O'Malley and Marie O'Hara. Chicago: Lyons & Carnahan, 1937. Printed in U.S.A. xiii, 237 pages. From the Introduction: This book, like the others in this series, is based on a scientific analysis of the psychological processes of the child and of the mathematical processes of the subject. In common with the other books it possesses such good features as page unity, numerous and interesting illustrations, elimination of unnecessary technical terms and careful explanations and illustration of those used, and the introduction of new processes in social situations familiar to children. Special features: Development and maintenance of skill in the fundamentals, Aids in problem solving, Extensive use of the experimental method, Emphasis on generalizations, Organization around large topics, Emphasis on child as well as adult activities. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over!