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<B>Advent and Christmas in the Southern Hemisphere </B><I> </I>, LEENMAN, COLLETTE
1 Advent and Christmas in the Southern Hemisphere
LEENMAN, COLLETTE
0473158264 / 9780473158262 
Finding meaningful ways of celebrating Advent and Christmas in late spring and summer is the focus of this book. The emphasis is on using natural materials and trying to avoid the materialism which threatens to overwhelm the Christmas festival. The aim of the book is to encourage your creativity to provide a celebration which is appropriate for the Southern Hemisphere and for your own particular situation. includes colour photographs plus both coloured and black and white drawings.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 4092] 
Price: 24.50 AUD
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<B>Alkena Beeswax Clay Combo 200gm - Red </B><I> </I>
2 Alkena Beeswax Clay Combo 200gm - Red


A natural modelling clay from Switzerland made from a combination of pure beeswax natural fillers and natural colored clay. It is softer to use than pure beeswax yet requires more will force and active participation than plasticines. Unlike pure clay Alkena with its added beeswax stays pliable when exposed to air and can be remoulded again and again.

In a therapeutic setting it engages and strengthens the will forces in active doing. Where there is too much nervous activity it provides an outlet through occupying the hands. In the office and the boardroom it is an effective destressor.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 5264] 
Price: 18.90 AUD
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<B>Alkena Beeswax Clay Combo 200gm - Yellow </B><I> </I>
3 Alkena Beeswax Clay Combo 200gm - Yellow


A natural modelling clay from Switzerland made from a combination of pure beeswax natural fillers and natural colored clay. It is softer to use than pure beeswax yet requires more will force and active participation than plasticines. Unlike pure clay Alkena with its added beeswax stays pliable when exposed to air and can be remoulded again and again.

In a therapeutic setting it engages and strengthens the will forces in active doing. Where there is too much nervous activity it provides an outlet through occupying the hands. In the office and the boardroom it is an effective destressor.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 14453] 
Price: 18.90 AUD
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4 Aquarell 150gm Painting Paper 43 x 30.5cm 200 Sheets


Ideal for wet-on-wet painting, this medium wieght paper is used in Steiner schools around the world.
Also available in single sheets at 80c per sheet
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 5394] 
Price: 120.00 AUD
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<B>Blackboard Pastel Chalk 12- assorted </B><I> </I>, MERCURIUS
5 Blackboard Pastel Chalk 12- assorted
MERCURIUS

The strong colour pigments in Mercurius blackboard chalk allow for luscious applications. The colours have a high coverage and are still easily blended on the board. The square-shaped chalk has a removable paper wrapper to stop colour from getting onto the fingers. The colours follow the Stockmar colour range. Mercurius Blackboard Chalk is sold in separate colours or in 12 colour assortments.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 14938] 
Price: 17.00 AUD
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<B>Children at Play </B><I> </I>, BRITZ-CRECELIUS
6 Children at Play
BRITZ-CRECELIUS
0892816295 / 9780892816293 
Imaginative play is more vital for a child's future than many parents and educators realize. The more they are allowed to be absorbed in their play, the more fully and effectively they will later take their place in the community of adults.

Drawing on her experiences as a mother and as a proponent of Rudolf Steiner's Waldorf system of education, author Heidi Britz-Crecelius emphasizes the different qualities of play that may extend through more than one phase of childhood. She focuses on natural materials and recommends specific games, toys, and art supplies that further the mobility of the mind and the powers of expression without the burden that premature schooling can place on children.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 3799] 
Price: 19.95 AUD
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<B>Children's Games in Street and Playground </B><I> </I>, OPIE, ILONA AND PETER
7 Children's Games in Street and Playground
OPIE, ILONA AND PETER
1782500324 / 9781782500322 
Perhaps this book should come with a warning to parents: within these pages, children deliberately scare each other, ritually hurt each other, take foolish risks, promote fights, and play ten against one. And yet throughout, they consistently observe their own sense of fair play.'

During the past fifty years, shelf-loads of books have been written instructing children in the games they ought to play -- and some even instructing adults on how to instruct children in the games they ought to play -- but few attempts have been made to record the games children in fact play.' This was Iona and Peter Opie's pertinent observation in 1969, and it was this gap that they sought to fill with their exhaustive survey, through the 1960s, of the games that children 'in fact play' aged roughly between six and twelve years of age, and when outdoors -- and usually out of sight.

The Opies weren't interested in formal games and sports supervised by parents or teachers. What excited them were the rough-and-tumble games for which, as one child described, 'nothing is needed but the players themselves.' They were also anxious that, in their meticulous recording of the games, the spirit of the play, the zest, variety and disorderliness, should not be lost. The result was their classic work Children's Games in Street and Playground. It records games played in the street, park, playground and wasteland of more than 10,000 children from the Shetland Isles to the Channel Islands, although the majority of the information comes from children living in big cities such as London, Liverpool, Bristol and Glasgow. It focuses initially on starting a game, and games involving chasing, catching and seeking, and includes favourites such as The Dreaded Lurgi, What's the Time Mr Wolf, Stuck in the Mud, and British Bulldog. The book goes on to look at games involving seeking, hunting, racing, duelling, exerting, daring, guessing, acting and pretending. In all around 125 games are described in detail including the rhymes and sayings children repeat while playing them, together with the different names under which they are played. Brief historical notes are also included where relevant. The children of the 1960s, the Opies noted, are often thought 'to be incapable of self-organization, and to have become addicted to spectator amusements' to the extent that adults must be relied on to provide play materials, ideas and time to play with them. The same attitudes are still widespread today with our concerns about television and computer games, and the middle-class parental impulse to fill our children's days with organised classes and play dates. 'However much children may need looking after, they are also people going about their own business within their own society.' There are important lessons to be learned from this book about giving children the time and physical space to be themselves with other children.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 13189] 
Price: 49.95 AUD
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<B>Children's Games in Street and Playground </B><I> Volume 2</I>, OPIE, IONA,  OPIE, PETER
8 Children's Games in Street and Playground Volume 2
OPIE, IONA, OPIE, PETER
0863156673 / 9780863156670 2008 Paperback 
illustrations
Perhaps this book should come with a warning to parents: within these pages, children deliberately scare each other, ritually hurt each other, take foolish risks, promote fights, and play ten against one. And yet throughout, they consistently observe their own sense of fair play. 'During the past fifty years, shelf-loads of books have been written instructing children in the games they ought to play - and some even instructing adults on how to instruct children in the games they ought to play - but few attempts have been made to record the games children in fact play.' This was Iona and Peter Opie's pertinent observation in 1969, and it was this gap that they sought to fill with their exhaustive survey, through the 1960s, of the games that children 'in fact play' aged roughly between six and twelve years of age, and when outdoors - and usually out of sight. The Opies weren't interested in formal games and sports supervised by parents or teachers. What excited them were the rough-and-tumble games for which, as one child described, 'nothing is needed but the players themselves.'
They were also anxious that, in their meticulous recording of the games, the spirit of the play, the zest, variety and disorderliness, should not be lost. The result was their classic work "Children's Games in Street and Playground". To aid a clear and lively presentation of their remarkable study, the original single book has been divided into two. Both volumes record games played in the street, park, playground and wasteland of more than 10,000 children from the Shetland Isles to the Channel Islands, although the majority of the information comes from children living in big cities such as London, Liverpool, Bristol and Glasgow. This second volume focuses on games involving seeking, hunting, racing, duelling, exerting, daring, guessing, acting and pretending. More than 85 games are described in detail including the rhymes and saying children repeat while playing them, together with the different names under which they are played. Brief historical notes are also included where relevant. The children of the 1960s, the Opies noted, are often thought 'to be incapable of self-organization, and to have become addicted to spectator amusements.' to the extent that adults must be relied on to provide play materials, ideas and time to play with them.
The same attitudes are still widespread today with our concerns about television and computer games, and the middle-class parental impulse to fill our children's days with organised classes and play dates. 'However much children may need looking after, they are also people going about their own business within their own society.' There are important lessons to be learned from this book about giving children the time and physical space to be themselves with other children.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 927] 
Price: 29.95 AUD
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<B>Children's Year, The </B><I> Seasonal Crafts and Clothes</I>, COOPER, STEPHANIE,  FYNES-CLINTON, CHRISTINE,  ROWLING, MARIJE
9 Children's Year, The Seasonal Crafts and Clothes
COOPER, STEPHANIE, FYNES-CLINTON, CHRISTINE, ROWLING, MARIJE
1903458595 / 9781903458594 2006 2 Hardback 
illustrations
This book has everything you need to get started, with more than a hundred projects for parents and children to enjoy making together. Simple, well-illustrated instructions demonstrate ways to make children's clothing, toys, and gifts, using natural materials. Organized by seasons, the craft activities include knitted Easter chicks, spring flower fairies, summer leaf prints, cosy slippers, pumpkin lanterns, Christmas calendars, indoor play spaces, and much more. Small items such as a tooth fairy purse can be made in a short time, while larger projects can be enjoyed over a weekend or more.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 2113] 
Price: 43.95 AUD
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<B>Colour Dynamics </B><I> Workbook for water colour painting and theory.  Step by Step Guide to Water Colour Painting and Colour Theory</I>, LORD, ANGELA
10 Colour Dynamics Workbook for water colour painting and theory. Step by Step Guide to Water Colour Painting and Colour Theory
LORD, ANGELA
1907359923 / 9781907359927 2017 Paperback 
Paperback
colour illustrations throughout
This workbook is based on Goethe's and Rudolf Steiner's colour research. Angela Lord invites readers to develop their own colour insights through materials and techniques; exploration of colours; painting rainbows; colour clashes; complementary colours; after-images; painting the colour circle and complementary colors; enhancing colours; a new colour circle; the interplay of light and dark, and sunrise and sunset; colour dynamics; and composition, an overview of colour through history; watercolour painting and the Steiner Waldorf curriculum. Also included is a section of resources, a glossary, and references.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 15008] 
Price: 59.99 AUD
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<B>Colour Giant Single </B><I> </I>, ART MATERIALS
11 Colour Giant Single
ART MATERIALS

Please call the shop to confirm availability of colours.
Lyra Color Giants are a classic among the big coloured pencils and have already inspired many children. The highly pigmented extra thick lead gives the colours their famous gigantic intensity. These thick hexagonal pencils have natural timber shafts.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 10475] 
Price: 3.00 AUD
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<B>Cow's hair Paint Brush  8mm </B><I> </I>
12 Cow's hair Paint Brush 8mm


The classic Waldorf school brush with a natural wood handle and soft cows hair. With proper care these brushes will last for a long time. For the lower classes sizes 16 18 or 20 are recommened and for kindergarten sizes 20 22 or 24.

[When referring to this item please quote our ID 5214] 
Price: 6.80 AUD
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<B>Crayons Block Stockmar 16 Assorted Wooden Box </B><I> </I>
13 Crayons Block Stockmar 16 Assorted Wooden Box

4019365355003 
Everyone has heard of Stockmar Wax Crayons and Blocks. It is no surprise. They meet the highest educational aesthetic and artistic demands. Elegant design with an attractive packaging and pleasant fragrance Stockmar Wax Crayons appeal to the child's senses. How the colours shine and how versatile they are! Whether drawing painting generously applying layering scraping and melting colours Stockmar Wax Crayons promise years of pure drawing pleasure. Outstanding drawing properties (no crumbling sticking smudging etc) non-toxic and a sound concept for art education are what make Stockmar Wax Crayons top of the list.

The Wax Blocks which are made from the same materials and available in identical colours to the crayons have outstanding drawing properties and appeal to the senses. Their size and flat shape mean they sit well in the hand and are specially suited for small children. What is more children can draw colourful areas easily and arrive at interesting effects. For example by dragging the long edge of the block in a wave-like fashion across the paper. From the very first "pencil" Stockmar's assortment of unbreakable Wax Blocks grows as you grow. And so too the artistic possibilities.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 6642] 
Price: 51.90 AUD
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<B>Crayons Stick Stockmar  - 16  In Wooden Box </B><I> </I>
14 Crayons Stick Stockmar - 16 In Wooden Box

4019365325006 
Everyone has heard of Stockmar Wax Crayons and Blocks. It is no surprise. They meet the highest educational aesthetic and artistic demands. Elegant design with an attractive packaging and pleasant fragrance Stockmar Wax Crayons appeal to the child's senses. How the colours shine and how versatile they are! Whether drawing, painting, generously applying, layering, scraping or melting colours Stockmar Wax Crayons promise years of pure drawing pleasure. Outstanding drawing properties (no crumbling, sticking or smudging), non-toxic and a sound concept for art education are what make Stockmar Wax Crayons top of the list.

The Wax Sticks have outstanding drawing properties and appeal to the senses. From the very first Stockmar's assortment of Wax Sticks grows as you grow. And so too the artistic possibilities.

Colours: 01 carmine red ¦ 02 vermilion ¦ 03 orange ¦ 04 golden yellow ¦ 05 lemon yellow ¦ 06 yellow green ¦ 07 green ¦ 08 blue green ¦ 09 blue ¦ 10 ultramarine ¦ 11 blue violet ¦ 12 red violet ¦ 13 rust ¦ 14 yellow brown ¦ 15 black ¦ 16 white

[When referring to this item please quote our ID 6583] 
Price: 49.40 AUD
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<B>Crayons Stockmar combi. 8 sticks & 8 blocks in tin </B><I> </I>
15 Crayons Stockmar combi. 8 sticks & 8 blocks in tin

4019365350015 
Tin of 16 Stockmar beeswax crayons. 8 sticks & 8 blocks. Mixed colours.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 13831] 
Price: 39.95 AUD
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<B>Dipam Beeswax Tealight Candles TL7 box of 7 </B><I> </I>
16 Dipam Beeswax Tealight Candles TL7 box of 7

8716726000010 
These beautiful pure beeswax tea light candles have that delightful beeswax scent and fit perfectly into tealight holders.
Dipam partners with institutes for disabled people and provides work experience for people who have been out of work for various reasons. Every effort is made to use materials in their packaging and products that are sustainably produced and environmentally friendly.
Burn time for Dipam 100% Pure Beeswax candles can be up to 15% longer than other candles.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 14933] 
Price: 15.70 AUD
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17 Drawing paper single sheet 50x65cm


100gm

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Price: 0.70 AUD
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<B>Earthwise </B><I> Environmental Crafts and Activities with Young Children</I>, PETRASH, CAROL
18 Earthwise Environmental Crafts and Activities with Young Children
PETRASH, CAROL
0863151582 / 9780863151583 1992 Paperback 
80 illustrations
Earthwise is full of practical ideas for nature crafts and seasonal activities to encourage young children to be aware of their environment. The activities are carefully written and beautifully illustrated, and will encourage children to develop a respect for nature, the earth and all living creatures. Children will learn about their dependence on the earth's produce (by taking stalks of wheat and turning them into bread-flour); how to create and not just consume (by making their own gifts); how to make butter and grow food (even in the city); and how to make outdoor playhouses from natural materials. The book also contains seasonal suggestions for making a more Earth-friendly home and classroom, and a comprehensive list of resources and suppliers.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 581] 
Price: 31.95 AUD
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<B>Easter in Autumn </B><I> </I>, LEENMAN, COLLETTE
19 Easter in Autumn
LEENMAN, COLLETTE
0473124602 / 9780473124601 2007 Paperback 
photographs, colour and b&w drawings
Contains creative ideas of how to spend Easter with children in Autumn. The emphasis is on using natural materials from the local environment. It contains information about Easter, stories, verse and activities.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 10510] 
Price: 24.50 AUD
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<B>Entry Points </B><I> A Guide to Rudolf Steiner's Study of Man</I>, PEDAGOGICAL SECTION COUNCIL OF NORTH AMERICA
20 Entry Points A Guide to Rudolf Steiner's Study of Man
PEDAGOGICAL SECTION COUNCIL OF NORTH AMERICA

This book is designed, as the title suggests, to help the reader find points of comprehension in the original lectures that Rudolf Steiner gave to the teachers in the first Waldorf school.
The extraordinary and revolutionary pictures and ideas in the original lectures can feel overwhelmingly lofty at times; the helpful insights provided in this Study Guide can move a reader forward in understanding the height and depth of the ideals and ideas given by Rudolf Steiner to those wishing to become Waldorf teachers.

Interesting insights, in-depth background materials to aid understanding, and incisive questions to stimulate clear thinking and effective dialogue are the hallmarks of this aid to study.

The Pedagogical Section Council of North America designed this approach based on years of teacher preparation, questions coming from teachers in Waldorf schools, and decades of study of the material offered in this seminal course of lectures. The Waldorf 100 celebration coming in 2019 has faculties in Waldorf schools around the world taking up these foundational lectures to prepare for the united acknowledgment of 100 years of work with students in these schools. Entry Points is timely for faculties to unite in the study and in forming a consistent image of all that is asked of Waldorf teachers.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 15122] 
Price: 35.90 AUD
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