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Excerpt from Open Air Schools
The children reached the school about eight o'clock In the morning. Upon their arrival they received a bowl Of soup and a slice of bread and butter. Classes commenced at eight o'clock with an interval of five minutes after every half hour of teaching. Instruction was reduced to the most necessary subjects and never given for more than two consecutive hours.
At ten o'clock the children received one or two glasses of milk and another slice of bread and butter. After this they played about, performed gymnastic exercises, did manual work and read. Dinner was served at half past twelve and after dinner the children rested or slept for two hours. At three o'clock there were some classes and at four milk, rye bread and jam were distributed. The rest of the afternoon was devoted to informal instruction and play. At seven O'clock came the last meal of the day and then the children returned home.
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bound: 22 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (April 28, 2017)
isbn: 1331090350, 978-1331090359,
weight: 1.6 ounces (