Waldorf education holds geometry in high regard, and works with geometry in some form from first grade onward. In grades first through fourth we mainly draw geometric forms in math, form drawing or even in painting. Fifth grade usually becomes the first grade with a real geometry block, but it involves constructions more with a straight edge. Sixth grade typically marks the movement into a geometry block that uses a compass. Many of the resources available through Waldorf booksellers and companies will carry you through multiple grades, as sixth grade is the beginning of constructed geometry that is continued into seventh grade with perspective drawing and a closer study of the Pythagorean Theorem , and then into the number progressions, the Golden Proportion and proportions of the human form, along with Solid Geometry, in eighth grade.
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