A must-have collection for Waldorf teachers or others already acquainted with the Rudolph Steiner philosophy of education....

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A CHILD'S SEASONAL TREASURY

A must-have collection for Waldorf teachers or others already acquainted with the Rudolph Steiner philosophy of education. Jones puts together an unusual selection of songs, poems, and activities for young children, organized by season, intended for use by parents and teachers, especially those involved or interested in the Waldorf methods. The book is a treasure trove to browse; unfortunately, the author does not explain, through commentary or example, how children can use the material, and assumes readers will come to the book with prior knowledge of the notion of learning through play. It is a lovely collection, with limited application.

Pub Date: June 27, 1997

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: 146

Publisher: Tricycle

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: May 15, 1997