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Arts and Crafts in Waldorf Schools

An Integrated Approach

Edited by Michael Martin

288 pp.  
8 1/4" x 9 1/2"
Illustrations: 300 b/w

Floris Books


Published:  January 2018


Arts and crafts are a core part of the Steiner-Waldorf curriculum, helping children to develop practical skills as well as spatial awareness, creativity and self-discovery. This comprehensive book addresses every aspect of arts and crafts, including woodwork, forestry, metal work, and pottery.

Written by experienced Waldorf craft teachers, this large, comprehensive book presents many ideas for craft activity classes, while analyzing their role in the student’s self-discovery and creative development.

Arts and Crafts in Waldorf Schools argues for the importance of creativity and craft-based classes throughout a child’s life in school.

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