This review of Findus Rules the Roost appeared in Juno Magazine, issue 49 (we’re looking forward to the big 50!), and was written by Saffia Farr. Many thanks to her, and everyone at Juno – we love this issue.
This is the latest in the characterful series about Findus the cat and Farmer Pettson. In this story a rooster comes to live with the chickens. Findus feels very put out that the chickens no longer want to play with him, and especially that the rooster makes a lot of noise! Findus and Pettson try various strategies to resolve this, but in the end the rooster leaves, making the chickens very sad, although they are all cheered up at the prospect of expecting chicks! The usual fun and chaos with Findus and Pettson.
This wonderful review appears in issue 45 of Juno Magazine, and we are very grateful for it. If you are able, we do recommend picking up a copy of this magazine as it is bursting with fantastic articles, including one on men and anger, self-care for mothers, becoming a forest school assistant and a guide to choosing a menstrual cup! Definitely worth reading.
Creative Form Drawing with Children aged 6-10 & Creative Form Drawing with Children aged 10-12 by Angela Lord – Reviewed by Saffia Farr
Creative form drawing was developed by Rudolf Steiner and is widely used in Steiner schools. Angela Lord believes that creative form drawing helps children develop hand-eye coordination, spatial orientation, observation skills, attention and confident movement and is a foundation skill for handwriting. These books are designed to help teachers plan creative form drawing lessons, covering “the why, what and how”. They are beautifully laid out with diagrams, guidance, and evaluation points. It is fascinating to see how simple lines and curves can develop into beautiful patterns, and in doing so can help children develop confidence in their creativity.
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