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Because our third-grade children were often asked to go to the down-town post office to mail letters or to buy stamps, this group of pupils decided to have a school post office. Group discussion and planning began immediately. While plans were being made, the following problems arose and had to be solved: 1. What supplies shall we need? 2. When can we buy our supplies? 3. Where shall we get the money to pay for these supplies?
Anderson, M. T. & Hebeler, A. K. (1935). The Third Grade Conducts a Post Office. National Elementary Principal, 14(6), 516-520.
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