Waldorf peg dolls are tiny dolls that children can take anywhere. Their simple features make it easy for children to use their imaginations to create endless possibilities for play.
Play silks are a wonderful toy for children of all ages. They inspire open-ended play and their many uses are as unlimited as your child's imagination.
Waldorf window stars are beautiful, translucent stars made of folded paper that will brighten your home through any season.
Take 2 pieces of transparent paper and fold it in quarters. Unfold the paper and cut along the fold lines to make 4 equal squares (8 total).
Fold 1 of the squares on the diagonal so that 2 of the corners are touching. Firmly press along the fold.
Unfold the paper and lay it out in front of you like a diamond. To make 1 of the points of the star, fold the 2 outer corners in so that they meet along the center crease, then glue both flaps down with the glue stick to hold them in place. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for the remaining 7 squares.
To assemble the star, place 1 of the 8 points on the table with the folded side up. Put glue on the bottom right triangle, then overlap a second point over the first with the bottom corners touching.
Keep gluing points to each other until the star is complete. Use tape to hang the star in the window.
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