Creative Form Drawing for the Four Temperaments with Children aged 6-12Workbook 3£25.00
A step by step guide to drawing forms for the four temperaments, a resource to use with children aged 6–12 years. This has a harmonizing, transformative and strengthening effect on child development.
Free to LearnSteiner Waldorf Early Childhood Care and Education£15.00
Lynne Oldfield, Director of the London Steiner Waldorf Early Childhood Teacher Training Course, draws on kindergarten experience from around the world, with stories, helpful insights, lively observations and vivid pictures. The approach of Steiner Waldorf kindergartens and childcare centres is that children’s early learning is profound, that childhood matters and that the early years should be enjoyed, not rushed through
Reclaim Early ChildhoodThe Philosophy, Psychology and Practice of Steiner Waldorf Early Years Education£25.00
A lively overview of the philosophical, developmental and educational foundations of Rudolf Steiner-Waldorf early years education as adaptable, creative and dynamic, informed by a profound respect for the uniqueness of each child.
The Case for Homeschoolingfree range home education book£19.99
A must-read for homeschooling parents and families considering teaching their children at home even after schools reopen.
Writing to Reading the Steiner Waldorf WayFoundations of Creative Literacy in Classes 1 and 2£24.99
This theory and practice-based book outlines the foundations for creative literacy and teaching children how to write and read in Classes 1 and 2, or UK Years 2 and 3. It explores how Steiner/Waldorf pedagogy dovetails with mainstream primary approaches and specialist dyslexia-friendly methods. There is no ‘one size fits all’ best way. However, Rudolf Steiner/Waldorf education offers a holistic, active and creative approach based on the foundation of children’s spoken language development. The child discovers their own voice through movement, form drawing and storytelling. The magic of the alphabet is invoked in sound, story and image. Children tell stories and then write them down, which leads organically into reading.