Child Life (journal)

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Child Life was the Froebel Society journal between 1931 and 1939.[1] However the journal has also been reported as being published, not necessarily continuously, and not always by the Froebel society itself, between 1899 and 1939.[2] Its successors were the National Froebel Foundation Bulletin and the Froebel Journal.[3]


  1. ^ Jackson, Peter; Lee Sang-Wook (1966). "Froebel & the Hitler Jugend: the Britishing of Froebel". Early Child Development and Care. Routledge Taylor & Francis. 117 (1, 1966): 45–65. doi:10.1080/0300443961170104. Retrieved 23 October 2010. Having worked long and hard on the life and work of Friedrich Froebel, we intended to refresh ourselves by revisiting educational controversies of the early twentieth century as recorded in Child Life,the organ of the Froebel Society from 1931-1939. 
  2. ^ Bruce, Tina; Findlay, Anne; Read, Jane; Scarborough, Mary (2 May 1995). Recurring themes in education. Sage Publications. p. ix. ISBN 978-1-85396-264-6. Retrieved 8 November 2010. 
  3. ^ "Froebel Archive for Childhood Studies: Collections". Student Zone. Retrieved 24 October 2010.