Moving Pictures for the Young Child
"Anything that calls forth an inner feeling of liveliness and mobility is always most suitable for the young child. For example, a children's book with cut-out and tastefully colored figures which can be moved by pulling strings attached below, so that they will do all kinds of things, such as embracing of thrashing each other, always stimulates the child to invent whole stories and in this way is an extraordinarily wholesome means of play activity." - Rudolf Steiner, Soul Economy, Lecture VII
Working with color, paper, form and glue, participants will create a page(s) with moveable pictures. If you have a favorite verse to illustrate, please bring that along.
Presented by Susan Jones