The Bulletin

The Presence of Colorful Classrooms

Monday, January 2011

One of the most noticeable distinguishing markers of a Waldorf classroom is the complex profusion of colors, textures and imagery in the room. From the weekly watercolor paintings that adorn the walls to the students’ handwork, beeswax sculptures, and carefully crafted, self-authored, hand- illustrated textbooks, the Waldorf classroom is alive with evidence of the student’s creative process.