The Best Waldorf Books For Kids That Connect To Nature

Inside: Find top pics of Waldorf books for kids that make a wonderful gift any season and explore seasonal changes through lovely stories. 

Life around us is amazing and the more child sees the beauty in it, the stronger connection to nature will be.

I invite you to explore the rhythm of the year and seasonal changes with these wonderful Waldorf books. In addition to the stories you read you can follow with seasonal activities like seasonal food, songs, art and crafts for kids that will also help to raise awareness of the changes in the nature around us.

You could set up a seasonal table and bring a bit of nature into your home with objects collected at the beach or woods, like shells, rocks, driftwood, pinecones, acorns, and fruits. Colors will vary from season to season and it will spark imagination for many nature activities and nature crafts, like pinecone gnomes.

Waldorf books that nurture the heart and connect to nature

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Nonni’s Moon (4-7 years old)

Leaf Man (4-7 years old)

I Have an Idea! (4-8 years old)


The Organic Artist for Kids: A DIY Guide to Making Your Own Eco-Friendly Art Supplies from Nature (5-12 years old)

Related: 10 Waldorf Winter Crafts for Kids

Goodbye Summer, Hello Autumn (4-7 years old) 

I Am the Seed That Grew the Tree – A Nature Poem for Every Day of the Year

Seeds and Trees: A children’s book about the power of words (6-12 years old)

Sing a Song of Seasons: A Nature Poem for Each Day of the Year (7+ years old)

Forest School Adventure: Outdoor Skills and Play for Children

Through the Rainbow: A Waldorf Birthday Story for Children (4-10 years old) 

If you liked this list of Waldorf books for kids and know parents of kids from 4-7 years old, or Waldorf teacher who would benefit from it, please be kind to share it with them.

The best waldorf books for kids

Lily Zunic

I believe every person is creative and every craft project is beautiful when you create for the journey of your heart.


  1. Urszula | 27th Jan 22

    Hello Lily!
    I am very happy that I have found your posts Lily. I am a newly nanny (called Bunia) – my grandson is 10 months old and I am a wee bit of a crafter so I definitely will benefit from your tips and posts. Thank you for sharing it!!
    All the best

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