Education or School Charms

Education or School Charms

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Education or School Sterling Silver Charms

School is excellent! Bring your love of school, literature, and all things education-related with Xinar’s education charms and school charms in sterling silver. Jewelry and crafts bring so much more than just beauty – they can also convey lifelong lessons and impart wisdom to people through unique symbols.

Xinar.com’s growing collection of school charms comes from a larger jewelry-making inventory that includes high-quality beads, findings, and more. So if you are looking for the most perfect and suitable themed charms for a variety of projects and designs, you’ve found it.

Xinar has sold 925 sterling silver charms and semiprecious beads and findings for over twenty years. As a result, we have developed a fine sense of how jewelry should be in this incredible time. We believe that jewelry should always be unique, high-quality and should convey positive messages, too. Art is always more than skin-deep, and our USA-made sterling silver charms are here to complete your workbench needs.

Wow your friends and family with super unique items like the Anna Karenina book charm, Madame Bovary book charm, and the artist’s palate charm. You’ll immediately notice the difference with Xinar charms – ours are always perfectly detailed, the right weight and size, and are always ideal for the intended design. In addition, our collection contains hundreds of flatback and three-dimensional charms made by master silver casters in the USA through the lost wax casting process.

Unique Feature: What Did Learning Look Like in Prehistory?

When we see how much effort and money our society puts into providing high-quality public schools for our nation’s children, we can’t help but assume that there must be some logical explanation for all of this. It’s possible that children wouldn’t become capable adults if we didn’t make them go to school or if schools were run differently.

Alternatively, it’s possible that other approaches to child development and education were put to the test and were found to be ineffective by some exceptionally bright individuals.

Self-directed play and exploration were the primary means children learned in the beginning, going back hundreds of thousands of years.

Schools are relatively new developments in human society as a whole. We hunted and gathered for hundreds of thousands of years before agriculture was developed. According to anthropological research, children in hunter-gatherer cultures learned everything they needed to know to be successful adults through their play and exploration.

Children’s strong urges to play and explore are most likely a result of our ancestors’ evolution as hunter-gatherers. Hunter-gatherers allowed their children almost unlimited freedom to play and explore independently because they recognized that these activities are a child’s natural means of learning.

Children were compelled to work in agriculture and industry due to these developments. However, there were no opportunities for fun or exploration.

Agriculture, which began 10,000 years ago in some regions and later spread to others, triggered a massive shift in people’s way of life. The way of life of the hunter-gatherer was labor-intensive, but it required a lot of skill and knowledge. People who hunted and gathered had to learn a lot about the plants and animals they relied on, as well as the landscapes they foraged in. They also had to learn how to make and use hunting and gathering implements. In addition, they needed to be self-sufficient and resourceful when gathering food and tracking wildlife. That being said, they did not have to put in a lot of time or put in a lot of effort.

Researchers have found that hunter-gatherer groups didn’t differentiate between work and play. Instead, all of life was considered to play.

All of that changed over time as a result of farming. People could have more children because agriculture allowed them to produce more food. Rather than being nomadic, agriculture allowed (or forced) people to settle down and build permanent homes where they could plant their crops, which paved the way for them to accumulate property. However, these changes required a significant amount of time and effort.

While hunter-gatherers used their skills to gather food from the land, farmers had to do everything from plow their fields to planting their crops to tend their flocks, and on and on, it went. Many of the tasks necessary for a productive farm could be performed by children who could put in long hours of repetitive work with little to no training.

To help feed and care for their younger siblings, children in large families often worked in the fields or at home.

Gradually, children’s lives transitioned from being primarily focused on their interests to increasingly including time spent working to support the rest of the household.

$6.75

Specifications

• Purity .925

• Size 1/4″ x 7/8″

• 2.5 grams

• 3-D

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$15.75

Specifications

• Purity .925

• Size 1/2″ x 7/8″

• 4.8 grams

• 3-D

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$10.95

Open the book & step back in time. This detailed Age of Innocence book charm, crafted in sterling silver, is a unique gift for literature lovers & history buffs.

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Love, loss, & literature. Capture the essence of Anna Karenina with this exquisite sterling silver book charm. A meaningful gift for bookworms & Tolstoy fans.

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$7.95

The perfect gift for any art lover! Our sterling silver artist’s palette charm celebrates their passion for creation.fications

 

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$13.95

Celebrate graduation! Mark your achievement with our Sterling Silver Bachelor’s Degree Charm.

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$6.95

Curl up with a good book & this charm! Sterling silver bookworm dangles for bibliophiles who cherish the written word.

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$8.95

Crafted from high-quality sterling silver, this deputy sheriff badge charm is a symbol of authority & service. A perfect way to celebrate law enforcement or personalize your jewelry with a touch of western style.

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$9.95

Channel your inner dreamer with this sterling silver Don Quixote book charm. Celebrate literary adventures and the pursuit of ideals.

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$7.95

Freedom on your wrist: The Sterling Silver Drivers License Charm captures the thrill of the open road.  It’s the perfect gift for new drivers, road trip enthusiasts, or anyone who cherishes the independence of driving.

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$6.95

They helped you learn & grow! Celebrate your favorite teacher with this sterling silver eraser “favorite teacher” charm.

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$15.95

The perfect gift for teachers, bus drivers, or anyone with fond school memories! This detailed sterling silver school bus charm captures the essence of childhood joy. Add it to your charm bracelet for a sentimental touch.

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$10.95

Show your support for Girl Scouts with this charming sterling silver trefoil charm. A symbol of leadership, community, and making the world a better place.

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$8.95

Specifications

• Purity .925

• Size 5/8″ x 5/8″

• Weight 2.6 grams

• Flatback

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$6.95

Sterling Silver Honor Student Charm – for the scholar in your life! Recognize academic excellence and inspire future success.

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$7.95

Open the book & join Huck’s escape! This intricate silver charm, featuring Twain’s “Huckleberry Finn,” brings the beloved novel to life. Celebrate timeless characters and the power of storytelling with this unique charm.

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International shipping is a flat rate of $17.00.

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