Waldorf Family – International Alphabet Cards
The international ABC cards feature the 26 illustrated letters, and 5 vowels as Singing Letters. 31 cards in total.
The pictures on the vowel singing cards are the â€œangelsâ€ they are imaged from the Eurythmy gestures. Designed to help children sound out (with voice) the letters, act out with their bodies and also imagine the quality of the letter through the art.
These cards are unique as they can be purchased in English, German, Spanish, Italian and French.
The letters show the same object in each language so with additional packs the children can work independently discovering new words from other languages as they grow.
About Waldorf Family:
“Filled with wonder, creativity and colour Waldorf Family resources help children play + learn with their hands, hearts and minds: and nurture a place for nature in the modern home.
We are inspired by nature: we want to help families thrive. We aim to nurture connection with nature and ignite wonder. We connect deeply with natural rhythms and are still head over heels in love with nature. We want to help improve play and learning for children and nurture a place for nature in the modern home.
Waldorf Family homewares and toys are manufactured in England by highly skilled trade and crafts people. We use materials sustainably sourced from the earth because they are handled with care and do no harm. Everything we create, from the box to the products, can be returned to the earth or recycled.
We are inspired by the principles of Waldorf education and other educational approaches, such as Montessori.”
About the Artist, Stephanie Green:
“I am inspired by nature: if I can help children in the built environment connect with nature and help those who do not find a good fit in the educational system find wonder in learning then I will be doing what I was put here to do.
I believe we are all here to serve â€“ our society, our purpose. It is our job to dig deep and discover what lights our fire: for me that is drawing, painting, my family and homemaking. These personal passions were what firmly led me to create for children.
I still remember a painting that I had when I was about 6 or 7. In each corner it had so many details I remember staring at this whole other world for hours â€“ not really sure if it was a real world â€“ existing in that flat paper space.”
Made in England