NEW HOPE FOR AMERICAN EDUCATION
There is no better way to do that than by the Schartz-Metterklume Method, and two Biblical episodes come to mind as instructive, nay, almost fundamental: Dinah and her brothers, and the Levite and his concubine sojourning in Gibeah and what happened afterwards.
The kinderlech will have such fun as they absorb these tales.
The lessons thus learned will stay with them forever.
Elisha and the children: also good.
It is best to start in kindergarten, so that what is taught at that young age will have an undying impact on their still spongy minds
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