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A valuable and well-organized system for home education(homeschooling) 3 to 12 years.

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106                           IDEAL HOME LIFE
Mad-cap                  Rail-way            Nose-gay
Sea-side                    Cur-tail              Turn-key
Port-man-teau (toe)
In-no-cent
Hand-i(I)-craft
A-bun-dance
Car-pen-try
In-do-lent
THE FAIRIES' LESSON A Little Play in Three Scenes CHARACTERS
Fairy Queen
Tricksy . . .
Puck . . . .
Sprite ....
Jack
Jack's Mother
Subjects of Fairy Queen
Fairies
(As many as there are child­ren to take the parts.)
SCENE I Forest Glade
(Curtain rises, and discloses a fairy dance. At the end of dance, enter Fairy Queen. Fairies divide into two rows, between which the Queen passes to her flowery throne.)
F. Queen.—Dear little subjects, once more I am in your midst. For three weary days and nights I have wandered far from you on my travels through the world, but now I am safe at home again, and oh! how glad I am! Oh!------(Yawns.)
Tricksy.—Your Majesty is tired. Shall we sing you to sleep?
F. Queen.—Not yet, good Tricksy. First I must tell you all that I have done while I was absent from you, and then I
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