Arts and Crafts in Waldorf Schools - An Integrated Approach
Edited by Michael Martin; Foreword by Wolfgang Schad
- Covers all aspects of arts, crafts and handiwork, including woodwork, forestry, metalwork and pottery
- Written by experienced Waldorf craft teachers
- Shows how arts and crafts help children to develop on many different levels
Arts and crafts are a core part of the Steiner-Waldorf curriculum, helping children to develop emotionally, physically, socially and spiritually, as well as learning practical skills.
This comprehensive book addresses every aspect of arts and crafts, including woodwork, forestry, metalwork, stone carving, clay modelling, pottery and much more.
Written by experienced Waldorf craft teachers, this comprehensive book is an invaluable tool and resource for Middle and Upper School (Classes 5 to 13).
The book is also suitable for adult self-study.
Softcover, 304 pages with over 300 black and white illustrations.
240 x 208 mm.
Floris books, 3rd edition.
Michael Martin has been a handwork teacher at the Waldorf school in Nuremberg, Germany, for many years.