Eager first grade! Who could lack inspiration while teaching such willing, innocent pupils? Eager to please and eager to learn, they have much more to discover than is found in their workbooks.
Advancing second grade! How satisfying to aid and observe as they add fact after fact to their knowledge as a mason adds brick after brick to his project. They too have many practical lessons to learn day by day.
Sister Rhoda endeavors, by God's grace, to teach her lively students many necessary lessons. It is an interesting life, yet a sobering responsibility to influence pliable youngsters and guide their feet in paths of right.
She attempts to define "bloody seas" in simple language, is taken aback by a second grade girl's description of her, and has a pet on her desk the last six weeks of the school term.
When the board members, parents, teachers, and students endeavor to fill their God-given responsibilities faithfully and work together harmoniously, God can bless the Christian school.
Written especially for beginning teachers of the lowers grades, this story depicts a school term from a teacher's perspective. Anyone interested in the Christian school may benefit from this glimpse into a teacher's life.
- 1. With God
- 2. The Little People
- 3. Teeter-totter Tactics
- 4. The Chairman, of All People
- 5. Helping Another
- 6. Conflicting Opinions?
- 7. How Bad Is Ford?
- 8. Challenged
- 9. "Good Morning"
- 10. Only Half a Day
- 11. Influenza Vacation
- 12. Fighting the "Dropsy" Disease
- 13. Rodent Rascals
- 14. Paper Strips and Penmanship
- 15. The Candy Maze
- 16. Are They Ready?
- 17. The Mouse Controversy
- 18. The Race Begins
- 19. The Reason for Tears?
- 20. Sibling Rivalry
- 21. Reviving the Notion
- 22. Cute or Hideous?
- 23. Preschooler Preliminaries
- 24. Orienting the Next Set
- 25. Saturday Employment
- 26. Doomed!
- 27. The Capital Capstone
- 28. Gaining From the Whole Caboodle
- 29. New Brooms Versus Old Brooms
- 30. Who Is Sufficient?