Understanding the Steiner Waldorf Approach: Early Years Education in Practice

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Alexander, R. (ed.) (2010) Children, Their World, Their Education: Final Report and Recommendations of the Cambridge Primary Review, London: Routledge.

Baldwin, Dancy R. (2004) You Are Your Child’s First Teacher, Stroud: Hawthorn Press. An overview of the Steiner Waldorf picture of the young child and the care that he or she needs.

Carey, D. and Large, J. (2001) Festivals, Family and Food, Stroud: Hawthorn Press. A resource book for families based on seasonal celebrations.

Clouder, C. and Nicol, J. (2007) Creative Play for Your Baby, London: Gaia Books. Simple toy-making for young children with an overview of child development.

—— (2008) Creative Play for Your Toddler, London: Gaia Books. Simple toy-making for young children with an overview of child development.

Druitt, A., Fynes-Clinton, C. and Rowling, M. (1995) All Year Round, Stroud: Hawthorn Press. Another seasonal resource book for families.

Drummond, M.-J., Jenkinson, S. and the Steiner Early Years Research Group (2009) ‘Meeting the Child: Approaches to Observation and Assessment in Steiner Kindergartens’, Faculty of Education, University of Plymouth.

Glockler, M. and Goebel, A. (2007) Guide to Child Health, Edinburgh: Floris Press. A complete guide for parents and carers.

Goddard-Blythe, S. (2008) What Babies and Children Really Need, Stroud: Hawthorn Press and Alliance for Childhood. Cornerstones of pre-conceptual, pre-natal and early childhood care by the Director of the Institute for Neuro-Psychological Psychology.

Jaffke F. (2002) Play and Work in Early Childhood, Edinburgh: Floris Press. An introduction to the Steiner Waldorf picture of child development and teaching methodology enhanced by photographs of settings in action.

—— (2002) Toymaking with Children, Edinburgh: Floris Press. A guide to the toys and equipment of a Steiner Waldorf setting and how to make them.

Jenkinson, S. (2002) The Genius of Play, Edinburgh: Hawthorn Press. An overview of the importance of play in child development by an experienced Steiner pedagogue.

Jenkinson, S., and Rawson, M. (1998) Educational Tasks of the Waldorf Curriculum, Forest Row: SWSF Publications. An overview of the complete Steiner Waldorf school curriculum from kindergarten to school-leaving age.

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