The Child's Day
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The Child's Day

By Woods Hutchinson
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Table of Contents
  • THE WOODS HUTCHINSON HEALTH SERIES
  • THE CHILD’S DAY
    • WOODS HUTCHINSON, A.M., M.D.
    • FOREWORD
    • Contents
  • THE CHILD’S DAY
    • GOOD MORNING
      • I. WAKING UP
      • II. A GOOD START
      • III. BATHING AND BRUSHING
    • I. WAKING UP
    • II. A GOOD START
    • III. BATHING AND BRUSHING
    • BREAKFAST
    • GOING TO SCHOOL
      • I. GETTING READY
      • II. AN EARLY ROMP
      • III. FRESH AIR—WHY WE NEED IT
      • IV. FRESH AIR—HOW WE BREATHE IT
    • I. GETTING READY
    • II. AN EARLY ROMP
    • III. FRESH AIR—WHY WE NEED IT
    • IV. FRESH AIR—HOW WE BREATHE IT
    • IN SCHOOL
      • I. BRINGING THE FRESH AIR IN
      • II. HEARING AND LISTENING
      • III. SEEING AND READING
      • IV. A DRINK OF WATER
      • V. LITTLE COOKS
      • VI. TASTING AND SMELLING
      • VII. TALKING AND RECITING
      • VIII. THINKING AND ANSWERING
    • I. BRINGING THE FRESH AIR IN
    • II. HEARING AND LISTENING
    • III. SEEING AND READING
    • IV. A DRINK OF WATER
    • V. LITTLE COOKS
    • VI. TASTING AND SMELLING
    • VII. TALKING AND RECITING
    • VIII. THINKING AND ANSWERING
    • “ABSENT TO-DAY?”
      • I. KEEPING WELL
      • II. SOME FOES TO FIGHT
      • III. PROTECTING OUR FRIENDS
    • I. KEEPING WELL
    • II. SOME FOES TO FIGHT
    • III. PROTECTING OUR FRIENDS
    • WORK AND PLAY
      • I. GROWING STRONG
      • II. ACCIDENTS
      • III. THE CITY BEAUTIFUL
    • I. GROWING STRONG
    • II. ACCIDENTS
    • III. THE CITY BEAUTIFUL
    • THE EVENING MEAL
    • A PLEASANT EVENING
    • GOOD NIGHT
      • I. GETTING READY FOR BED
      • II. THE LAND OF NOD
    • I. GETTING READY FOR BED
    • II. THE LAND OF NOD
    • QUESTIONS AND EXERCISES
      • Good Morning
        • I. Waking Up.
        • II. A Good Start.
        • III. Bathing and Brushing.
      • I. Waking Up.
      • II. A Good Start.
      • III. Bathing and Brushing.
      • Breakfast
      • Going to School
        • I. Getting Ready.
        • II. An Early Romp.
        • III. Fresh Air—Why We Need It.
        • IV. Fresh Air—How We Breathe It.
      • I. Getting Ready.
      • II. An Early Romp.
      • III. Fresh Air—Why We Need It.
      • IV. Fresh Air—How We Breathe It.
      • In School
        • I. Bringing the Fresh Air In.
        • II. Hearing and Listening.
        • III. Seeing and Reading.
        • IV. A Drink of Water.
        • V. Little Cooks.
        • VI. Tasting and Smelling.
        • VII. Talking and Reciting.
        • VIII. Thinking and Answering.
      • I. Bringing the Fresh Air In.
      • II. Hearing and Listening.
      • III. Seeing and Reading.
      • IV. A Drink of Water.
      • V. Little Cooks.
      • VI. Tasting and Smelling.
      • VII. Talking and Reciting.
      • VIII. Thinking and Answering.
      • “Absent To-day?”
        • I. Keeping Well.
        • II. Some Foes to Fight.
        • III. Protecting Our Friends.
      • I. Keeping Well.
      • II. Some Foes to Fight.
      • III. Protecting Our Friends.
      • Work and Play
        • I. Growing Strong.
        • II. Accidents.
      • I. Growing Strong.
      • II. Accidents.
      • III. The City Beautiful.
      • The Evening Meal
      • A Pleasant Evening
      • Good Night
        • I. Getting Ready for Bed.
        • II. The Land of Nod.
      • I. Getting Ready for Bed.
      • II. The Land of Nod.
    • Good Morning
      • I. Waking Up.
      • II. A Good Start.
      • III. Bathing and Brushing.
    • I. Waking Up.
    • II. A Good Start.
    • III. Bathing and Brushing.
    • Breakfast
    • Going to School
      • I. Getting Ready.
      • II. An Early Romp.
      • III. Fresh Air—Why We Need It.
      • IV. Fresh Air—How We Breathe It.
    • I. Getting Ready.
    • II. An Early Romp.
    • III. Fresh Air—Why We Need It.
    • IV. Fresh Air—How We Breathe It.
    • In School
      • I. Bringing the Fresh Air In.
      • II. Hearing and Listening.
      • III. Seeing and Reading.
      • IV. A Drink of Water.
      • V. Little Cooks.
      • VI. Tasting and Smelling.
      • VII. Talking and Reciting.
      • VIII. Thinking and Answering.
    • I. Bringing the Fresh Air In.
    • II. Hearing and Listening.
    • III. Seeing and Reading.
    • IV. A Drink of Water.
    • V. Little Cooks.
    • VI. Tasting and Smelling.
    • VII. Talking and Reciting.
    • VIII. Thinking and Answering.
    • “Absent To-day?”
      • I. Keeping Well.
      • II. Some Foes to Fight.
      • III. Protecting Our Friends.
    • I. Keeping Well.
    • II. Some Foes to Fight.
    • III. Protecting Our Friends.
    • Work and Play
      • I. Growing Strong.
      • II. Accidents.
    • I. Growing Strong.
    • II. Accidents.
    • III. The City Beautiful.
    • The Evening Meal
    • A Pleasant Evening
    • Good Night
      • I. Getting Ready for Bed.
      • II. The Land of Nod.
    • I. Getting Ready for Bed.
    • II. The Land of Nod.
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