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Schools in the Past
This is a school bell. The teacher would ring the bell at the start and end of school.
This is a school desk. Children would sit at these desks in lines in front of the teacher.
This is a slate and pen. Children wrote on these before there was paper and pencils.
This is a copy book. Children would have to practise writing correctly over and over again.
This is an abacus. Children used these to help them to do their maths work.
This is a dunces hat. The teacher made you wear this if you were being silly.
This is a cane. Teachers used this as a punishment when a child did something wrong.
This is a logbook. In it the teacher would write all that happened in a day.
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