Uncle Dan's Report Card : From Toddlers to Teenagers, Helping Our Children Build Strength of Character with Healthy Habits and Values Every Day
A Unique Approach to Teaching Children Timeless Values The worth of the child cannot be measured in terms of ""Per Cent"" alone. The home life of the child is an important part of the whole life. The teacher's judgment will be a much better one if the home will kindly co-operate. Parents are asked to carefully consider and mark ""Home Report"" as indicated. -M. E. Pearson, Superintendent, Kansas City, Kansas, Public Schools, 1914 With the discovery of their Uncle Dan's school report card from 1914, in which a ""Home Report"" section of the card was to be completed by parents, Barbara and Robert Unell were inspired to explore the behaviors and values upon which students were ""graded"" in addition to the standard academic subjects. They realized that these surprising entries, ranging from acts of kindness and truthfulness to personal habits and reading for pleasure, were as timeless and relevant today as they were almost a century ago.
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August 01, 2011
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