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BROWNS' "FARRINGDON" TEACHERS' BOX OF DEMONSTRATION CHALKS.
Containing 100 sticks assorted of the following bright colours, 2/- net per box:-Black, dark blue, light blue, brown, dark green, orange, pink, red, violet, yellow. These shades are the same as those contained in the Scholars' box described above.
BROWNS' "KINGSTON" WASHABLE FREE-ARM BOARDS.
8/- net per doz.
15" × 12"
These new Boards may be washed every day, if necessary, with hot water and soap, without in any way injuring the surface. The foundation board is made of three-ply wood, which will not warp, crack or split, and is lighter than any other material used.
14" x 10"
8" x 10"
BROWNS' "FOLDING" FREE-ARM DRAWING REST.
For Scholars' use, 7/6 net per dozen.
The most satisfactory article of its kind on the market. It is a wire rest that can be packed flat when not in use.
BROWNS' BEST STOUT TINNED WIRE REST.
Provides a firm support for the Board, and fits any desk.
BROWNS' HYGEIA CHALK.
2/8 net per gross box.
A specially prepared and practically dustless chalk. The best extant for Free-Arm Drawing.
BROWNS' " KINGSTON
12/- net per gross.
These Cleaners are made of wood and felt, size 21" by 13′′, well finished throughout.
By ADA S. BAILEY.
A New Manual, Compiled for Infant Class Teaching.
The fundamental lines of each copy are shewn in red ink, and the ornamental or detail lines in black; these are to be drawn in coloured chalks on the Blackboard, so that the children may early learn to analyse their drawings, a practice which will prove of great value when their powers of reproduction and invention are called into play.
BROWNS' "YOUNG DESIGNER" DRAWING CARDS.
24 Cards in Cloth Case. For Infants and Standard I. 2/- net.
This set of Cards contains the following designs: Bear, Squirrel, Monkey, Leopard, Duck, Peacock, Tom-Tit, Swan, Cow, Pig, Sheep, Cat, Dog, Fuchsia, Geranium, Sweet Pea, Boy Flying Kite, Clown, Milkman, Girl with Pail, Esquimaux, Soldier, Fireman, Violet, Daffodil, Primrose, Wild Rose, Oranges, Apples, Blackberries, Ship, Cotton, Flax, Cocoa, Insects (6), Map of England, Fish (various), Church, Steamer.
A glance at the list will show you that the subjects selected are of great variety. A Drawing Book has been specially prepared, with the exact number of squares for scholars, use, and is called "Browns' Young Designer Drawing Book, No. 1." It is sold at 9d. net per doz.
BROWNS’“YOUNG DESIGNER" SERIES OF DRAWING DEMONSTRATION SHEETS.
Set 1 for Standards I. and II., size 19 ins. × 14 ins. 6/6 net.
This Set contains 29 Designs of Geometric Interlacing Copies, carefully Printed in Colours, on stout paper.
Set 2 for Standard III., size 19 ins. × 14 ins. 6/6 net.
In this Set every Drawing Copy is given in duplicate, printed in Colours, so that if the teacher desires, he may set the children to follow up their drawing with Coloured Crayons.
BROWNS' "YOUNG DESIGNER" DRAWING BOOK No. 1.
BROWNS' "YOUNG DESIGNER" DRAWING BOOK No. 2.
Both these books have been specially prepared for Scholars' use, with
BROWNS' "YOUNG ARTIST" SERIES.
For INFANTS and STANDARD I.
One of the most popular series ever introduced into Infant Schools. Designed for Drawing with coloured Crayons. 2/- net each packet.
Packet A.--Drawing Cards for the "Babies."-42 Cards, all different Copies, designed for the Babies' Class. Printed White on Black ground. Copies, designed for slate drawing.
Packet 1.42 Cards, all different and printed White on Black ground.
Packet 2.-42 Cards after the same style as packet 1, but more difficult. Printed White on Black ground.
Packet 3 Coloured.-32 Cards, designs all different, printed in 6 colours. Animals and Common Objects.
Packet 4 Coloured.-32 Cards after same style as packet 3 in character of designs, but an entirely different set.
Packet 5 Coloured.-32 Cards. Coloured Geometric patterns.
Packet 6 Coloured.-32 Cards. Designs chiefly of animals and subjects suitable for connective lessons.
Browns' No. 250 "Young Artist" Box of Solid Crayons, for use with most of the above, contains the 7 exact colours used in printing these cards. 1/- net per dozen boxes.
Browns' "Young Artist" Crayon Holder, for using small pieces of Crayons made of silvered brass. 5/5 net per gross.
Browns' "Young Artist" Drawing Book is the only book appropriate for use with the Drawing Cards. It is ruled to fit the squares to a nicety. 9d. net per dozen.
Browns' Box of Coloured Chalks for the Blackboard. Containing 100 sticks of the colours required for the above Cards. 2/- net.
BROWNS' "SEDGEBROOK" SERIES OF SECOND GRADE FREEHAND DRAWING CARDS.
In three Sets. 18 different designs in every packet. Size 10 inches x 8 inches. 2/- net each.
Comparatively Simple Forms, mostly symetrical.
BROWNS' "FARRINGDON" DRAWING CHARTS.
A Complete Course of Freehand Drawing on the Curve System. Arranged by two practical Drawing Instructors, in 5 Sets, covering the 7 Standards. 3/9 net per Set.
Each Set contains 32 different sheets of Designs, printed in bold outline on Strong Manilla, size 20 x 15 inches. All the Sheets are eyeletted at the four corners for fastening on to the blackboard. Every Set (of,32 Designs) is neatly packed in a strong cardboard box.
Set 1. Comprises exercises in right lines and simple curves in varying proportion and exercises in the construction of easy right-lined and curved figures.
Set 2. This series leads the pupil to appreciate the composition of compound and irregular curves, and to apply them in simple designs. In these exercises, leaf forms, for obvious reasons, have been very generally adopted.
Set 3.-Exercises carry the pupil a few steps further, and lead him to perceive and reproduce mass relations correctly, at the same time giving effect to principles already mastered.
Set 4. These designs illustrate the development of more difficult ornamental forms.
Set 5. A beautiful selection of original designs, providing exercises in all the principles dealt with throughout the whole series.
This plan has been adopted to illustrate a proper progression in studying a design, to lead the pupils to perceive and understand its spirit, its essential features, and its detail, and by means of a carefully prepared series of graded exercises to assist them to give expression to the same by sound and reliable methods. A brief instruction is given to each exercise.
DRILL AND GAMES.
THE "PORTLAND" PHYSICAL DRILL FOR GIRLS AND INFANTS. By JENNETT HUMPHREYS.
Being movements to Music for all Young Children.
Cloth, 1/8 net.
In this book a new method appears of instructing as to the movements to be performed, and as to the moment in the music when the movements are to come in. Each lesson finishes with a good march, which gives remarkable enjoyment and recreation.
PHYSICAL EXERCISES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS.
By WINIFRED WILSON.
With Music and 80 Diagrams. Cloth, 2/6.
These exercises are arranged so that every part of the body partakes of alternate exercises and no part is unduly developed at the expense of another. By their use children acquire free use of limbs and muscles. No apparatus is required.
PLAYGROUND AND INDOOR GAMES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. Edited by WINIFRED WILSON. Adopted for use in the Schools of the L.C.C. and other leading authorities. Cloth, 2/6.
This collection of 226 Games comprises a good variety of amusing games that may be played in the playground by boys and girls together; and some for boys only; and some for girls only. The second part contains particulars of many others that are suitable for indoors.
DRILL GAMES FOR THE LITTLE ONES.
By EDITH E. ATKINS.
With Music and Illustrations. 24 pages in stiff cover.
These Drill Games have been arranged for children of about six years of age, and are intended to prepare in play for more technical drill. They are in reality little Drill Games, based on the Ling System, and are sung to well-known tunes.
THE "FARRINGDON" MUSICAL DRILL FOR INFANTS.
With Music and numerous Diagrams. Cloth, 2/6.
The first exercises in this volume require no apparatus whatever. The second portion of the work consists of exercises in which can be used the minor apparatus generally possessed by most Schools.
By WINIFRED WILSON.
GUESSING GAMES FOR CHILDREN.
By Lois BATES. The Games are systematically arranged in groups, so as to yield the greatest interest and the best possible results. Cloth, 2/6.
GAMES WITH AIMS.
This book provides a very large variety of Games for Infants' Schools, and is a valuable means of stimulating the child's mental faculties, at the same time increasing their knowledge and intelligence.
Words by Naomi Bent.
Music by Bessie Watson.
Many teachers have complained of the absence of Kindergarten Games, which could be played in connection with the Object or other Lessons given in Infants' Schools. In Games with Aims" an endeavour has been made to supply this want. All the games can be played with the usual apparatus found in Schools.
SIMPLE LESSONS ON ELEMENTARY SCIENCE.
By GEO. R. BARNARD, B.Sc. (Lond.). For Candidate Pupil Teachers and the Upper Standards in Elementary Schools. 121 pages, with extra ruled pages for notes, in Limp Cloth, 1/3 net.
The object of these Lessons is mainly to explain in a simple manner the principles upon which the teaching of Elementary Science is based. Without in the least discounting the value of copious practical work, it seems unwise to relegate the theoretical and explanatory portion of the subject to a too subordinate place, and, since this side of the question is especially important to young pupil teachers, and others similiarly situated, it is hoped that they, amongst others, will find the Lessons useful, ELEMENTARY TEXT BOOK OF PHYSIOGRAPHY.
By W. MAWER, F.G.S. Third Edition, Revised and Enlarged. 298 pages and 61 Illustrations, in Cloth Boards, 2/6.
A capital handbook for the student. The author has the happy I knack of writing clearly and illustratively, and by this means he secureand maintains the interest of his readers.
No other work on the same subject has received such flattering press notices as was accorded the earlier editions of this book. Though but an Elementary Text Book," it is pitched in a high key, in thought and style. There is a grasp of intelligence and an elevation of feeling in the handling of the subject, not usually manifest in a book of condensed and precise instruction.
CHART OF HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY. Edited by VINCENT T. MURCHÉ. Author of "Blackie's Animal Physiology." Size of Chart 44" × 31′′, mounted on Calico, Rollers, and Varnished. 10/- net. A reduced copy is obtainable for Scholars' use, printed in the same colours, and mounted on Cardboard, size 7′′ × 5′′, 1/6 per dozen.
This Chart is admirably produced by Lithography in ten different printings, thus enabling the various details of the Human Frame to be shown with great clearness. It has been drawn up with the utmost accuracy is practical and reliable, and is in every way suitable for Class use. colours are good and lasting.
THE "FARRINGDON” SERIES OF EIGHT GEOGRAPHICAL MODELS.
The eight Models complete, £6 6s. net, or Single Models at Prices named below. These Models, made in England by a new process and coloured by hand, are of a uniform size, viz., about 3 feet in length, and 2 feet in width. They are light, strong, and cheap, realistic and well-coloured, and lend themselves to the imagination of the child. By using clay or sand with a model, every lesson in Elementary Geography can be practically explained.
LIST OF THE SERIES. (c) Hill, Plain, and Valley. 19/6 net. (d) A River and its Tributaries. 13/6 net. (e) A River, showing Estuary and Delta. 13/6 net. (f) The Sea Coast, showing Chalk Cliffs, Capes, Bays, Gulfs, etc. 18/6 net. (g) The Sea Coast, showing Islands, Peninsulas, Isthmus, Straits, Channels. 16/6
(h) Mountain, Valley, Ravine, Waterfall, Torrents, and Tableland. 21/net. (i) A Glacier, showing Moraine and Lofty Mountains. 21/- net. Mountain Lake. 19/6 net. BROWNS' CABINETS OF OBJECTS AND APPARATUS. Arranged by VINCENT T. MURCHÉ, F.R.G.S.
ELEMENTARY SCIENCE CABINETS.
For Infant Schools, £3 10s. Od. net.
No. 3, for Standard III., £3 10s. Od. net.
Combined Cabinet for Standards I., II., III. (small schools), £5 10s. 6d. net.
Good Object Teaching makes the lives of the children more happy and interesting by opening up an easily accessible and attractive field for the exercise of brain, hand, and eye. It further develops a love of nature and an interest in living things. The object of these Cabinets is to teach children to observe, compare, contrast, and to impart information.
DOMESTIC ECONOMY CABINETS.
Clothing Cabinet, £5 17s. 6d. net.
SUPPLEMENTARY GEOGRAPHICAL CABINET.
£4 4s. net.
For full particulars respecting all the above, the publishers invite applications for their SPECIAL CABINET CATALOGUE, which is sent post free on application. BROWNS' PENNY COOKERY BOOK. 1/- net per dozen.
The object of this pamphlet is to economise the time of those attending Cooking Classes by placing in their hands the recipes given by Teachers of Cooking, and to enable students to practice at home what they have learned at school.
Food Cabinet, £5 17s. 6d. net.
BROWNS" "HULL" SPECIAL REGISTER. 1/
For the registration of pupils attending Cookery Centres, etc.