Teaching games to primary children (TEFC)

United States, 1972

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Episode of Series “Game activities”
Describes how to plan and organise a primary games program that will develop skills through individual, partner and group activities. Numerous suggestions relating to class organisation, lesson planning and testing methods are provided. The problem solving method and creative games approach are given major emphasis.

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Sherry Fulton

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