|Title:||Making Fairy-tale Wool Animals|
|Publisher:||Rudolf Steiner College Press|
|Number of pages:||80|
For teachers, parents, grandparents and caregivers of young children.
Fairy-tale wool-high quality carded unspun fiber, in natural colors or planted dyed-has long been used in Waldorf kindergartens. Teachers have devised many ways of creating figures for decoration, for play, or for acting out songs, poems, and fairy tales. This book gives clear instructions for parent or teacher, advanced crafts person or beginner. Some projects can also be done by older elementary school age children.Translated by Ronald Koetzsch and Anne Riegel-Koetzsch
Available from Rudolf Steiner College Bookstore