Images of Waldorf Student Work
The examples of student work on display here are just a fraction of what may be found in the downoadable collections available on our Online Catalog. The Elements of the Waldorf Curriculum is the world’s largest archive of student work from Grades 1 to 8. To learn more, click here.
Grade One Form Drawing
Form Drawing is one of the core subjects of first five grades in the Waldorf school setting. As the child gains mastery over the deceptively simple polarity of straight and curved lines, her eye gains mastery over her hand. Students grow confident in their relationship to space and laterality, which in turn supports subjects as varied as reading and writing, geometry and gymnastics. It is important to realize that all of these drawings are created freehand by 6-7 year-olds. Click on any drawing to enlarge it and begin the slide show.