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formline 1 Tell a brief story that conveys the basic form. 2 "move" the form with large, whole-body movements, by walking or running it. 3 draw it out for them on the board,in sand or a large piece of paper. 4) Have the children draw the form, first in the air, then on a large piece of unlined paper (at least 12 x 18), with the blunt end of a crayon. 5 No erasing or starting over! Laying down the form with a yellow crayon first is a good way to "practice" and avoid "mistakes."

Grade One Form Drawing

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Waldorf ~ 1st grade ~ Form Drawing ~ main lesson book

Serendipity: Gnomes and Gnumbers: Lesson Three

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Waldorf ~ 1st grade ~ Form Drawing ~ main lesson book

Serendipity: Gnomes and Gnumbers: Lesson Four

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