The child’s personality can best develop if it is allowed to develop as independently as possible. The search for independence is an essential characteristic of child development. Development of free movement as a basis for a healthy development of the personality.
Conscious care in which the child participates and appreciates contributes to a sustainable relationship between the child and the adult. This includes changing and dressing, as well as eating, washing hands, cleaning the mouth, and much more.
Free play is also very important and occurs as a result of knowing that children are researchers and seek to adapt to the world through play.
All materials inspired by Waldorf education invite the child to use them creatively and build confidence in its own skills. Children are serious and focused when working with these materials as they allow for a calm and relaxed approach. They are happy and persistent with the task they have chosen and find their own solutions.
Painting with watercolors using the “wet on wet” technique
Painting, drawing, modelling,... are activities that children should be able to do every day, as they are very powerful experiences to enhance the...