Steiner approach – environment and materialsJanni Nicol (Early Childhood Executive – Steiner Waldorf Schools Fellowship (SWSF)) talks about the qualities that create a Steiner kindergarten environment and about the materials they consider important.
In order to become true educators, the essential thing is to be able to see the truly aesthetic element in the work, to bring an artistic quality into our tasks, such as the creation of play materials.
Rudolph Steiner. The Child's Changing Consciousness, 1923
What a difference there is between... playthings that leave as much a possible to the power of imagination and giving finished toys that leave nothing for the own child's inner activity.
Rudolph Steiner. The Roots of Education, 1924
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Steiner, Rudolf. The Child’s Changing Consciousness as a basis for pedagogical practice, 18/04/1923. Vol.16, Steiner Books, Great Barrington, MA, 1996
Steiner, Rudolf. The Roots of Education, 17/04/1924, Rudolf Steiner Press, 1998