Archive for 'Stories'
“We must do everything in our power to help the children to develop fantasy.” ~ Rudolf Steiner. Puppetry (finger puppets, small puppets and marionettes) are common within Waldorf schools because they are a living play imbued [...]
Long ago their lived a good young man named Martin. Even as a boy, he knew that one day he would be expected to serve in the military. His father was an important military officer. And, [...]
There was once a boy called George, who had been outside in the garden all through the Summer running after the butterflies, jumping like a grasshopper, singing like a bird and trying to catch the sunlight. [...]
Enjoy the story and the numerous reference links I have included in the end… I’ve done this with my daughters for the last two years. Although it’s recommended for Grade 1 or 2, my four year [...]
Halloween is just around the corner and it’s best to avoid the sugary sweets which are always a part of “modernized Halloween”. At our house, we tell this story and exchange our sweets for much better [...]