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    Frozen Fruit Pizza Recipe!

    by  • 22 July 2024 • Child Health and Parenting, Crafts & Activities, Extract, Food and Drink, Lou Harvey-Zahra, Parenting, Recipes • 0 Comments

    Summer days are here and we’re keeping our fingers crossed for bright days ahead. Why not try out our frozen fruit pizza recipe – perfect for a sunny day! You can find more fun family activities like this in The Connected Family Handbook by Lou Harvey-Zahra and Danielle Harbison. 4. Add trimmed or frozen...

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    Top Tips for the Summer Holidays

    by  • 17 July 2024 • Child Health and Parenting, Crafts & Activities, Food and Drink, Lou Harvey-Zahra, Parenting, Recipes • 0 Comments

    School’s out and everywhere up and down the country children and their parents are embarking on exciting (and hopefully sunny) summer holidays. However, we know the holiday period requires a lot of organisation and planning and it can be stressful for some parents. So today the Floris Books team is giving our parent readers...

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    Mirroring with Living Lines

    by  • 4 July 2024 • Crafts & Activities, Extract, Non Fiction, Steiner-Waldorf Education • 0 Comments

    Drawing is an incredible form of expression that teaches children to harness their creativity and imagination. Living Lines by Henrik Thaulow, is a practical and inspiring book for Steiner-Waldorf teachers, offering new ways to teach form drawing. This book includes over 100 form drawing exercises for Classes 2-5, as well as insights from Rudolf...

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    Summer Veg, Cauliflower Pizza Dough (gluten-free)

    by  • 27 June 2024 • Crafts & Activities, Extract, Food and Drink, Parenting, Recipes • 0 Comments

    Summertime is here and we’ve got the perfect recipe for you to try out with your wee ones. Make a cauliflower pizza dough base for some summer fun, whatever the weather. Use your favourite seasonal veg, like carrots, tomatoes, aubergine and bell peppers. You can find more fun family activities like this in the...

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    Elsa Beskow Calendar 2025

    by  • 30 May 2024 • Elsa Beskow • 0 Comments

    Elsa Beskow (1874-1953) is the most popular children’s illustrator in Sweden.  She is often called the ‘Beatrix Potter’ of Scandinavia and her picture books have been known and loved for over a century. Over on our Elsa Beskow author page you can learn about her life, work and legacy.  Every year we publish the Elsa Beskow Calendar. This...

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    The Power of Music

    by  • 28 May 2024 • Camphill, Camphill Community, Extract, Karl Konig, Neurophilosophy, Non Fiction, Spirit of Camphill • 0 Comments

    The power of music is undeniable. Studies have shown that music has the power to enhance learning, strengthen memory, develop emotional intelligence and amplify creativity. Part of the Karl König Archive series, in Music Therapy: Research and Insights Karl König explores the healing power of music by drawing on the work of Rudolph Steiner....

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    The Spirit of Community: The Power of the Sacraments in The Christian Community by Ulrich Meier

    by  • 22 April 2024 • Extract, Philosophy of Human Life, Religion, Steiner Waldorf Education, The Christian Community, The Christian Community • 0 Comments

    The Spirit of Community is for anyone who wishes to deepen their understanding of the sacraments, and help to build a more vibrant church community. Catch a glimpse of Ulrich Meier's insights into the relationship between the individual and community in this extract.

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    Let Nature Run Wild

    by  • 21 March 2024 • Books, Gardening, Picture Books, Seasons • 0 Comments

    Spring is right around the corner and the temptation to start weeding and pruning has just begun. As our friends the Prickletrims learn in The Prickletrims Go Wild, trim lawns and manicured hedges may look neat and orderly but do they really add much else to your garden? Letting your garden run wild can...

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