By Janni Nicol
Love the Waldorf process. SO outstanding to elevate young ones during this method. it is so vital for his or her total being to be nurtured and inspired so gracefully and creatively. i admire the relationship to nature as well.
I hoped for extra rules of what to do at domestic with the program from the ebook even though.
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O They learn to change ideas. O They learn about relationships and emotional responses. O They learn to deal with success and failure. O They learn to improvise. O They learn to create anew. O They learn to understand and think. O They learn concentration. O They learn to solve problems. O They learn practical skills. 22 Play O They learn to use self-control. O They learn to share and take on the perspective of the other. O They learn through investigation, exploration and discovery. O It supports physical, emotional and social development.
They leave the outside behind by taking off shoes and hanging up coats before being brought into the main room and handed over to the care of the teacher who greets each child in turn. ). The children are drawn to join the activity of the teacher and assistant who are usually involved in the daily preparation of the snack or other activity at this time. Cooking, drawing, sewing, woodwork or weaving are possibilities until they have relaxed enough to join or begin the play. The creative play can be seen as an expansion, a breathing out within the kindergarten room.
For instance, before the age of 5, the child sees a stick, picks it up and begins to play at being a knight, with the stick as a sword. After around the age of 5 they say; ‘I would like to be a knight, and I need a sword’, then look around for wood to make one, and generally it needs to look right! They have a mental image of what the sword should look like, and could spend hours sawing, hammering and sanding this sword until it looks good enough to play with. The impulse changes from being stimulated by the object or toy which leads them to the play, to the idea for the play, then looking for the toy or object to support it.
Bringing the Steiner Waldorf Approach to your Early Years Practice (Bringing ... to your Early Years Practice) by Janni Nicol