The preparation and shaping of bread is a central part of the early childhood program in Waldorf education. This tradition is often continued into the upper grades as well. This tradition develops hand-eye coordination as well as community connections within the classroom. It also teaches students life skills and provides them with a snack for the morning. But did you know the act of making or eating bread could have an even greater impact on your students?
Listen to this interview with Kristie Burns by Sherry Borzo of Storied Gifts to hear about the many ways in which making and sharing bread can impact the lives of your students.