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by Rosemary Gebert
Published in Child and Man, Volume 21 , #1, 1987 (UK)
One of the remarkable subjects introduced by Rudolf Steiner in the first Waldorf school in 1919 is still being explored and utilized. This account of how form drawing is used in grades 1 to 5 in the Waldorf school is helpful for both aspiring teachers and parents.
Form drawing is taught in Classes 1 to 5, and consists essentially of freehand drawing of non-representational forms. It was an entirely new subject when Rudolf Steiner introduced it in the first Waldorf school in 1919. Today it is still new, in the sense that we are still discovering fresh aspects of it, and different applications.
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