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Child Education Article

By Margaret Lowenfeld We have recently been involved in a research project, investigating the mathematics that children can learn through their experiences with Poleidoblocs. For t...

On Protosystem Thinking & Lowenfeld Projective Play Therapy

by Thérese Woodcock on work by Margaret Lowenfeld Before we come to consider Lowenfeld’s concept of Protosystem Thinking, it may be useful to consider the more general, idea of ...

The Dr. Margaret Lowenfeld Trust (1999)

By Margaret Lowenfeld Mission Statement The Dr Margaret Lowenfeld Trust was set up after her death in 1973. The general aims and objectives are, the maintenance, development and di...

Developmental Trends in Child Kaleidoblock Response

Margaret Lowenfeld The Lowenfeld Kaleidoblock Test was first brought to our attention in the spring of 1948 by Dr. Lowenfeld. A set of the test blocks had lent us at that time by ...

Mosaic Test: Predicting School Readiness in School Children

Dr Margaret Lowenfeld The aim of the present study was to determine whether or not the Lowenfeld Mosaic test might prove useful in predicting school readiness or unreadiness in chi...

Proportion of Fat in Milk through Pregnancy

by Margaret Lowenfeld Proportion of fat varied with the individual. That is to say, everything else being equal, some mothers will always and at all points inlactation have a high...

Child Life Investigations

Margaret Lowenfeld This Report gives the results of an investigation into the relation between social conditions and acute rheumatism in children which was organized by the London ...

The Margaret Lowenfeld Trust 1990’s

Dr Margaret Lowenfeld (1890-1973) was a pioneer of child psychology and psychotherapy. Her lifelong interest in the growth and development of children began soon after she qualifie...

Researches in Lactation

By Margaret Lowenfeld Although a considerable amount of work has been done and recorded on the subject of milk, lactation in women has received scant attention, and we are in posse...

Playing and Learning with Poleidoblocs

Poleidoblocs are the coloured building bricks introduced by Dr Margaret Lowenfeld some 55 years ago, yet still sustain their popularity in many primary school classrooms. Many of t...
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