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Our Popular Education Kits


McGuffey's Second Eclectic
Reader Cover 1885
From "Antiques of American
Childhood" By Kathryn
Morrison McClinton

Our Education School Kits have been developed by Jim Gilbert. Jim is an award winning teacher who is very familiar with education both today, and in former times. Below, you will see the School Days Kit, the Reading Kit, and the Writing Kit. All slates are genuine slate, and all slate pencils look exactly as slate pencils did in the old days.


School Days Kit

This kit is perfect for museum gift shops, school programs or the individual "student". Interesting, informative and educational this kit is most popular with teachers or museum staff who are trying to give their students an interesting approach to the pioneer units of the curriculum. It contains one slate, chalk, quill pen, Horn Book, background history and information.







School Days Reader's Kit

This kit is perfect for museum gift shops, school programs or the individual "student". Interesting, informative and educational this kit is most popular with teachers or museum staff who are trying to give their students an interesting approach to the pioneer units of the curriculum. This kit contains a Horn Book, slate, chalk, slate pencil, writing sheets, TWO novelettes ( CYNTHIA GOES TO THE FAIRE and DUNCAN GOES TO THE FAIRE), background history and information.







School Days Writer's Kit

This kit is perfect for museum gift shops, school programs or the individual "student". Interesting, informative and educational this kit is most popular with teachers or museum staff who are trying to give their students an interesting approach to the pioneer units of the curriculum. This kit contains one slate, chalk, two quill pens, one ink well, writing paper, background history and information.








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