In Waldorf education, we often take a threefold approach to our humanness. One example is “walking, speaking and thinking.” Steiner often quoted a man who said we accomplish the three greatest things in our first three years – walking, speaking and thinking. When we think of walking, we also must think of all the pre-walking…

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Image of the young child

Whether we know it or not, whether we are conscious of it or not, all of us carry within us an image of the very young child. This image translates into ideas about what babies are, what they are capable of and how we ought to treat them. We don’t question our image of the…

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