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The Child's World: IV


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Mrs. LETTICE RAMSEY: Answering Questions
ALL young children have a great deal of curiosity, and from their cradles they want to experiment. If this curiosity can remain with them for life, it will be one of their most valuable possessions. How both to satisfy and encourage curiosity is the problem to be discussed in this talk. Mrs. Lettice Ramsey will propound 'Let's find out' as a proper attitude for parents, and will suggest that practical demonstration, if possible, is better than any explanation in words. It is not always best to answer questions if the child can find out for itself; but if not, honesty is not merely the best, but the only, policy. Mrs. Ramsey worked for six years in applied psychology with the Industrial Health Board, and has a small family of her own: Her views on children are modern and sensible.


Speaker: Mrs. Lettice Ramsey

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