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Parent and Child Group Handbook, The : Steiner / Waldorf Approach, A - Dot Male

Parent and Child Group Handbook, The

Steiner / Waldorf Approach, A

By: Dot Male

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Published: 1st January 2006
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* A comprehensive guide to setting up and running a parent and child group * Based on Rudolf Steiner's unique, holistic approach to child development, combining physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects * Designed as an easy read for time-pressured parents with an overview and summary of key points for each chapter * Will appeal to growing popular and professional interest in this distinctive approach to early years education This inspiring resource guide draws on the author's wealth of experience in the field, and is illustrated with lively case studies from Steiner/Waldorf parent and child groups around the UK. Written in 12 chapters, the handbook's contents include Steiner's theory of child development; structuring a session; appropriate toys and activities; the shared meal; circle time; festivals; health, safety and legal issues; marketing, publicity and fund-raising. Audience: Parenting; Early Years; Education; Child Health Author Dot Male is a mother and trained kindergarten teacher. She runs Steiner Parent and Child Groups and organises courses for parents and Parent and Child Group leaders. She lives in York. Endorsements 'This unique and much needed book gives a convincing argument for the value of these groups, for both parent and child. Both inspiring and immensely practical, it offers the group leader the insight and means to create a truly meaingful and appropriate experience within a parent and child group setting.' ---- Lynne Oldfield, director, London Waldorf Early Childhood Training Course

"'This unique and much needed book gives a convincing argument for the value of these groups, for both parent and child. Both inspiring and immensely practical, it offers the group leader the insight and means to create a truly meaningful and appropriate experience within a parent and child group setting.' Lynne Oldfield, Director, London Waldorf Early Childhood Training Course"

ISBN: 9781903458464
ISBN-10: 1903458463
Series: Early Years
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 192
Published: 1st January 2006
Publisher: Hawthorn Press Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 24.6 x 18.9  x 1.78
Weight (kg): 0.61