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Rudolf Steiner for Kids

Talking to your kids about Rudolf Steiner can help awaken their intellect, and promote the development of critical thinking skills. It also helps them understand why they do certain things at Waldorf. Here are some aspects of Rudolf Steiner and Anthroposophy that you can share with your kids:

Enourage your kids to talk about Steiner and Anthroposophy with their classmates and teachers so it becomes a more natural part of their school life.

Free Downloadable Coloring Book!

(1.2 MB) - Download a PDF of Atlantis - In the words of Rudolf Steiner, a FREE coloring book for Waldorf kids!

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