Nurturing Children and Families

Publisher : Waldorf Early Childhood Association North America

ISBN-13 : 9781936849253

Page : 114 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 253 voters

This is a comprehensive how-to guide for anyone interested in beginning a parent/child program, either independently or in association with an established Steiner-Waldorf school. It includes sections on setting a curriculum, parent education, community building, rhythms, and suggestions for everything from dish-washing to saying goodbye. The parent education segment includes guidelines for improving communications. This second edition features a new foreword, and updated information, bibliography and appendix of resources.

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