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Therapeutic Support for Early Childhood, Volume 2

Nancy Blanning and Laurie Clark

$28.00

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Another great volume from long-time Waldorf teachers and theraputic educators Nancy Blanning and Laurie Clark! Volume Two is a collection of all new songs and movement activities for young children designed to help develop healthy senses. Also included are the essays on the senses and sensory development from Volume One.

The book begins with an essay from the authors on the changes they have observed in children in recent years:

We observe that children are having difficulty finding their way into physical life in a harmonious way, into a sense of well-being. The body is not a comfortable home where they can feel relaxed and safe. A close look at these phenomena reveals that they are related to the four foundational senses of touch, life, self-movement, and balance.

Complete with nursery rhyme movement, bean bag games, seasonal suggestions, how to prepare the environment and what is happening “under the surface” with movements and activities, this book is a must-have resource for anyone working with younger children.

8 1/2″ x 11″, 2016.

Movement Enrichment with a Therapeutic Approach for Early Childhood

Nancy Blanning and Laurie Clark

Spiral Bound

$23.50

What a joy! Here is an entire book filled not just with charming circle games and songs for the kindergarten, but with charming games and songs that have been created to help our young children find their way into their bodies and souls. In more prosaic language, these games and movement songs address the spatial integration and sensory processing development issues that it seems more and more children are struggling with.

However you think about it, this is a book of genius and a gift to young children. The games are delightful – teachers and parents will have as much fun as the children. And, they are brilliantly thought out to include movement forms that will bring the children into the world with strength and balance.

This is a truly essential resource of the caliber of AHE’s Resource Teacher’s Developmental Exercise Manual. Use it. Love it.

Experiences of life, death and other worlds

Veronika van Duin

Softbound

$22.00

For many years Veronika van Duin has been able to see ·over the river· experiencing spiritual dimensions and worlds hidden to the physical eye. With clairvoyant vision she has perceived angels and demonic beings, people who have died, and even events taking place in other parts of the world. But in 2002, with the passing of her mother Barbara Lipsker, the author·s spiritual journeys became more concentrated and frequent, and she began to see people who had recently crossed the threshold of death, including the victims of an airplane disaster and a suicide bombing.

In A Rainbow Over the River, the author tells her remarkable story, from her earliest glimpses of the other side to her most recent excursions ·over the river.· In the second part of the book, she records an intensely moving diary of her mother·s passing, rich in love, care, and profound understanding of suffering. She describes how, despite the sadness of losing their mother, Veronika·s family see the death as a transition to a new existence and, ultimately, as a great festival of life. In the third section of the book she speaks of her mother·s life as a pioneer of Camphill, a social movement that provides home and work for people with special needs. She also offers thoughts on birth and death, grief, healing, prayer, and the meaning of existence.

A Rainbow Over the River is a glorious celebration of life, illumined through a knowledge of death and the eternal nature of spirit.

Veronika van Duin is also the author of Homemaking as a Social Art.