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At, Elisabeth Frank introduces the subject of movement in childhood through the excerpt from the book "Fundamental Aspects of Sports Lessons," published by Freies Geistesleben 2018.

The excerpt looks at the sense and power of movement in children and discusses how these drives shape child development from before birth to adolescence.

She says, “With each movement, the child places his own being in the outer world of movement and makes it his home. He experiences himself in all the objects and people and learns to understand them and himself. He comes to understand through his own movements.”

Photo Credit: Davinci Waldorf School

  • Child Development
  • Movement
  • Play
  • Waldorf Education