Autumn and Winter Nature Activities for Waldorf Kindergartens

Irmgard Kutsch and Brigitte Walden; Translated by Jane Helmchen

Price:
£16.99
Availability:
Not yet published - due 22 Jul 2021

Quick Look

  • Engaging and educational nature activities for children including crafting willow hanging baskets, harvesting and preparing fruit, caring for birds and making Advent wreaths
  • Offers advice for teachers and valuable background reading on topics such as biodynamic farms
  • Activities are tried and tested by the Children's Nature and Garden Centre in Germany
  • New fully revised edition of much-loved books Autumn Nature Activities for Children and Winter Nature Activities for Children

A wonderful resource book for any Waldorf or Waldorf-inspired kindergarten. It is full of engaging and educational nature activities to help children connect with the seasons alongside valuable background reading and advice for educators.

Format:
hardback
Size:
210 x 192 mm
Publisher:
Floris Books
Subject:
Crafts & Activities
Illustrations:
200 colour illustrations
Extent:
120 pages
ISBN:
9781782506676
Publication date:
22 Jul 2021

Description

A wonderful resource book for any Waldorf or Waldorf-inspired kindergarten.

Encourage children to engage with the seasons as they craft willow hanging baskets, harvest and prepare fruit, care for birds and make Advent wreaths.

As well as fun nature activities -- both indoor and outside -- for children, this book also includes advice for teachers and valuable background reading, on topics such as biodynamic farms.

All the activities in this book are based on practical experience from the Children's Nature and Garden Centre in Germany, and are fully tried and tested. This is the companion book to Spring and Summer Nature Activities for Waldorf Kindergartens.

Author

Irmgard Kutsch, born 1952, trained as a vet before working with children with special needs. She established the Children's Nature and Garden Centre in Reichshof in 1994, where children and teachers can learn about nature and participate in workshops.

Brigitte Walden, born 1953, worked as a Waldorf teacher for fifteen years. She is a carer at Haus Hohenfried in Bavaria, Germany, a centre for people with special needs.

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