What is a Waldorf Kindergarten?

Edited by Sharifa Oppenheimer

Foreword by Joan Almon

Format: Paperback

An in-depth look at Waldorf kindergartens, from the essentials that underpin them to the practicalities of the daily routine.

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Research shows that three essentials are necessary for young children's learning: a broad palette of sensory experience; vigorous and fine movement in response to sensory input; and the opportunity to imitate what the child sees modelled in the environment. These activities are the backbone of the academic foundation that parents should look for in an early childhood program.

This helpful book takes an in-depth look at Waldorf kindergartens, and what approach they offer. It includes chapters on a typical day in a kindergarten, handwork, human development through art, circle time, fairy tales, seasons and festivals, and much more.

This collection of insightful articles by experienced early-childhood educators, published in cooperation with WECAN, brings both an overview and a deeper understanding of these essentials at work in the daily life of the Waldorf kindergarten.

Additional Information

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Format Paperback
Imprint Lindisfarne Books
Publication Date 29 Jan 2016
ISBN 9781584209997
Number of Pages 120

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