EDUCATION AS AN ARTBULLETIN OF THE RUDOLF STEINER SCHOOL ASSOCIATION Vol. 22 Winter, 1962 No.2
From about the age of three children begin to be full of questions, and it is sometimes a matter of great difficulty for their parents to find the right answers to them. Every question demands its own individual answer, but it can be of great value, in deciding what answer to give, to have a clear idea of the kind of answer which is required. For it is altogether wrong to imagine that a little child should be given the same kind of answer as would be suitable for a child of eleven or twelve, but in a simpler form.