Articles on Waldorf Education and Related Topics
Article on Waldorf Education in the New York Times as part of their series on "Technology in Education".
'The Child At Work and Play', a description of Early Childhood Play on the Waldorf Early Childhood Association website.
The Death of Preschool, an article in Scientific American about the benefits of play-based preschool programs.
Books Our Community Has Enjoyed
by Kim John Payne and Lisa M. Ross
The Creative Family: How To Encourage Imagination and Nurture Family
Connections by Amanda Blake Soule
Creative Play for Toddlers: Steiner Waldorf Expertise and Toy Projects for 2-4s
by Christopher Clouder and Janni Nicol
You are Your Child's First Teacher
by Rahima Baldwin Darcy
Beyond The Rainbow Bridge: Nurturing Our Children from Birth to Seven
by Barbara J. Patterson, Pamela Bradley and Jean Riordan
Heaven on Earth: A Handbook for Parents of Young Children
by Sharifa Oppenheimer and Stephanie Gross
Navigating the Terrain of Childhood: A Guidebook for Meaningful Parenting
and Heartfelt Discipline by Jack Petrash
General Waldorf Education:
Waldorf Education: A Family Guide
by Pamela J. Fenner and Mary Beth Rapisardo
The Essence of Waldorf Education
by Peter Selg and Margot M Saar
Understanding Waldorf Education: Teaching From the Inside Out
by Jack Petrash
Rhythms of Learning: Selected Lectures by Rudolf Steiner
edited by Roberto Trostli
The Waldorf Book of Poetry: Discover the Power of Imagination
by David Kennedy
The Waldorf Book of Breads
"The heart of the Waldorf method is the conviction that education is an art. It must speak to the child's experience.
To educate the whole child, his heart and will must be reached, as well as his mind."
— Rudolf Steiner, founder of