Toy-Making in School and Home
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Toy-Making in School and Home

By Mabel Irene Rutherford Polkinghorne, Ruby Kathleen Polkinghorne
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  • TOY-MAKING IN SCHOOL AND HOME
    • Contents
    • Introduction
      • I. EXTERNAL EVIDENCE
      • II. INTERNAL EVIDENCE
    • I. EXTERNAL EVIDENCE
    • II. INTERNAL EVIDENCE
    • TOY-MAKING IN SCHOOL AND HOME
      • CHAPTER I TOY-MAKING AND ITS EDUCATIONAL POSSIBILITIES
      • CHAPTER II GENERAL PRINCIPLES; MATERIALS
      • CHAPTER III PAPER WORK FOR INFANTS
      • CHAPTER IV MORE PAPER TOYS
      • CHAPTER V MATCH-BOX TOYS
      • CHAPTER VI MORE COMPLICATED MATCH-BOX AND CORK TOYS
      • CHAPTER VII CORK ANIMALS HARNESSED TO SLEDGES, ETC.
      • CHAPTER VIII MORE CORK TOYS
      • CHAPTER IX CARDBOARD AND PAPER SHIPS (Plate IV)
      • CHAPTER X CARDBOARD AND PAPER TOYS INVOLVING USE OF RULER, SET-SQUARE, SCISSORS, AND KNIFE
      • CHAPTER XI SIMPLE WOODWORK
      • CHAPTER XII MATERIALS
      • CHAPTER XIII SOME DIFFICULTIES IN TOY-MAKING
      • CHAPTER XIV MERRY-GO-ROUND, SWINGING BOATS, AND GREAT WHEEL
      • CHAPTER XV FLYING AIRSHIPS, GONDOLAS, AND BIRDS (Plate VI)
      • CHAPTER XVI FIRE-ENGINE, MOTOR-LORRY, AND STEAM-ROLLER (Plate VII)
      • CHAPTER XVII GIPSY CARAVAN AND BATHING MACHINE
      • CHAPTER XVIII A TRAIN AND RAILWAY STATION (Plate VIII)
      • CHAPTER XIX RED CROSS MOTOR AND TAXI-CAB (Plate VIII)
      • CHAPTER XX SWINGING AND JOINTED ANIMALS (Plate IX)
    • CHAPTER I TOY-MAKING AND ITS EDUCATIONAL POSSIBILITIES
    • CHAPTER II GENERAL PRINCIPLES; MATERIALS
    • CHAPTER III PAPER WORK FOR INFANTS
    • CHAPTER IV MORE PAPER TOYS
    • CHAPTER V MATCH-BOX TOYS
    • CHAPTER VI MORE COMPLICATED MATCH-BOX AND CORK TOYS
    • CHAPTER VII CORK ANIMALS HARNESSED TO SLEDGES, ETC.
    • CHAPTER VIII MORE CORK TOYS
    • CHAPTER IX CARDBOARD AND PAPER SHIPS (Plate IV)
    • CHAPTER X CARDBOARD AND PAPER TOYS INVOLVING USE OF RULER, SET-SQUARE, SCISSORS, AND KNIFE
    • CHAPTER XI SIMPLE WOODWORK
    • CHAPTER XII MATERIALS
    • CHAPTER XIII SOME DIFFICULTIES IN TOY-MAKING
    • CHAPTER XIV MERRY-GO-ROUND, SWINGING BOATS, AND GREAT WHEEL
    • CHAPTER XV FLYING AIRSHIPS, GONDOLAS, AND BIRDS (Plate VI)
    • CHAPTER XVI FIRE-ENGINE, MOTOR-LORRY, AND STEAM-ROLLER (Plate VII)
    • CHAPTER XVII GIPSY CARAVAN AND BATHING MACHINE
    • CHAPTER XVIII A TRAIN AND RAILWAY STATION (Plate VIII)
    • CHAPTER XIX RED CROSS MOTOR AND TAXI-CAB (Plate VIII)
    • CHAPTER XX SWINGING AND JOINTED ANIMALS (Plate IX)
    • PART II
      • CHAPTER I ADDITIONAL TOOLS
      • CHAPTER II CAPSTAN, DREADNOUGHT, LINER
      • CHAPTER III MOTOR-CAR (Plate VIII), SWINGING CRADLE, DECK-CHAIR
      • CHAPTER IV A TRAM-CAR
      • CHAPTER V A CRANE
      • CHAPTER VI WINDMILL, WATER-WHEEL, AND WELL
      • CHAPTER VII DRAWBRIDGE AND SIEGE TOWER
      • CHAPTER VIII WAR ENGINES PAST AND PRESENT
      • CHAPTER IX A FIRE-ESCAPE (Plate XIV)
      • CHAPTER X CASTLE, TOURNAMENT, AND FAIR
      • CHAPTER XI AN OLD CHARIOT AND SOME QUAINT DOLLS' FURNITURE
      • CHAPTER XII RAILWAY SIGNAL AND SIGNAL-BOX
      • CHAPTER XIII LIGHTHOUSE, TRANSPORTER BRIDGE
      • CHAPTER XIV YACHTS AND BOATS; THE USE OF THE CHISEL
      • CHAPTER XV THE FRET-SAW
      • CHAPTER XVI LITTLE GYMNAST; DANCING CLOWN; ROCKING ANIMALS
      • CHAPTER XVII MOVING FIGURES
      • CHAPTER XVIII SOME OLD-FASHIONED TOYS—A MONKEY-UP-A-STICK, A JACK-IN-THE-BOX
      • CHAPTER XIX LITTLE SWORDSMEN
      • CHAPTER XX SOME MORE FRET-SAW TOYS
      • CHAPTER XXI TOYS WORKED BY SAND
      • CHAPTER XXII TOYS WORKED BY WHEELS, ETC.
      • CHAPTER XXIII KITES, GLIDERS, AND AEROPLANES
      • CHAPTER XXIV MORE OLD-FASHIONED TOYS
      • CHAPTER XXV LIFT, PONT ROULANT, TOWER BRIDGE
      • CHAPTER XXVI SOLDERING. SCREW STEAMER. TOYS WORKED BY WIND AND BY CONVECTION CURRENTS
      • CHAPTER XXVII BUILDINGS AT HOME AND ABROAD
      • CHAPTER XXVIII A THEATRE
    • CHAPTER I ADDITIONAL TOOLS
    • CHAPTER II CAPSTAN, DREADNOUGHT, LINER
    • CHAPTER III MOTOR-CAR (Plate VIII), SWINGING CRADLE, DECK-CHAIR
    • CHAPTER IV A TRAM-CAR
    • CHAPTER V A CRANE
    • CHAPTER VI WINDMILL, WATER-WHEEL, AND WELL
    • CHAPTER VII DRAWBRIDGE AND SIEGE TOWER
    • CHAPTER VIII WAR ENGINES PAST AND PRESENT
    • CHAPTER IX A FIRE-ESCAPE (Plate XIV)
    • CHAPTER X CASTLE, TOURNAMENT, AND FAIR
    • CHAPTER XI AN OLD CHARIOT AND SOME QUAINT DOLLS' FURNITURE
    • CHAPTER XII RAILWAY SIGNAL AND SIGNAL-BOX
    • CHAPTER XIII LIGHTHOUSE, TRANSPORTER BRIDGE
    • CHAPTER XIV YACHTS AND BOATS; THE USE OF THE CHISEL
    • CHAPTER XV THE FRET-SAW
    • CHAPTER XVI LITTLE GYMNAST; DANCING CLOWN; ROCKING ANIMALS
    • CHAPTER XVII MOVING FIGURES
    • CHAPTER XVIII SOME OLD-FASHIONED TOYS—A MONKEY-UP-A-STICK, A JACK-IN-THE-BOX
    • CHAPTER XIX LITTLE SWORDSMEN
    • CHAPTER XX SOME MORE FRET-SAW TOYS
    • CHAPTER XXI TOYS WORKED BY SAND
    • CHAPTER XXII TOYS WORKED BY WHEELS, ETC.
    • CHAPTER XXIII KITES, GLIDERS, AND AEROPLANES
    • CHAPTER XXIV MORE OLD-FASHIONED TOYS
    • CHAPTER XXV LIFT, PONT ROULANT, TOWER BRIDGE
    • CHAPTER XXVI SOLDERING. SCREW STEAMER. TOYS WORKED BY WIND AND BY CONVECTION CURRENTS
    • CHAPTER XXVII BUILDINGS AT HOME AND ABROAD
    • CHAPTER XXVIII A THEATRE
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