Frobel saw that something educational must be done for the smallest child; and when parents and nurses understand that whatever ... difficulty if they wait till the precious powers have run wild, and must either be checked or roused by strong means in later life. ... in the human chain, which chain it will have to strengthen by its own efforts when it takes its place among grown-uppeople. ... There is beauty in the smallest work well executed, and children can do small things well, if taught.
|Title||:||Art and Industry: (1892) Industrial and manual training in the public schools|
|Author||:||Isaac Edwards Clarke|