If three hundred years after
21 June 1852
without a struggle and without pain ended a life dedicated to humanity and childhood. Friedrich Froebel was the friend of children and the apostle of child happiness. Baroness von Marenholtz-Buelow recalled all she was told about his death and funeral. Ernst Luther created the first grave stone to the design of Wilhelm Middendorf.
was one of the first vocational training institutes for women. At Marienthal women were trained to become the educators of the human race. As mothers and teachers, they carried his ideas around the world.
in events around the world to commemorate the creator of Kindergarten. The Froebel Gallery was pleased to support the performance of a work for harpsichord, didgeridoo and Australian bush sounds on Friday 29 June 2001, at the City of London Festival. Listen to a sample mp3 / Realaudio. This performance is now available as the CD The Convict Harpsichordist
the ideas of Friedrich Froebel and how they have shaped our world. His writings have been translated into many languages and have influenced the way we think about children and education. Artists and architects around the world have been inspired by the Froebel Gifts and Blocks
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Friedrich Froebel: His Life, Times and Significance
This book by Peter Weston for the general reader is an illustrated life of Friedrich Froebel that places him in the turbulent political and intellectual context of his times. It also identifies those aspects of his educational practice that are of enduring value in the contemporary world.