The Parents' Review
A Monthly Magazine of Home-Training and Culture
"Education is an atmosphere, a discipline, a life."
I. -- Mrs. F. Steinthal writes:--"Would you allow a competition to be entered in the Review? If so, might I offer the following: A Prize for the best drawing from a child's toy thing. A Prize for the best painting from an object. A Prize for the best model in clay. The competition is only open to boys and girls under nine years of age. The work must be sent in before May 1st, and the names of the winners will appear in the June number." We are most glad that the stimulus of these prizes should be offered to the children; and we hope, also, that the six most promising of the little competitors may have the advantage of a few helpful hints from Mrs. Steinthal.
2.-- A Prize for the most complete and prettily-arranged collection of spring flowers (wild). The children must remember that trees bear flowers. open to boys and girls under nine years of age.
3.-- A Prize for the most complete collection of spring flowers (wild), botanically arranged and described. Limit of age, eighteen.
Particulars as to when and how these competitions should be sent in will appear in the March number.
Typed by Mary Frances, August 2015
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