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By - Erinn Straughan

This Week’s Theme: Children’s Books

“There are many little ways to enlarge your world.  Love of books is the best of all.” – Jacqueline Kennedy This month we will be looking at our exceptional range of children’s book that we have available at The David Krut Bookstores. Children need to be encouraged to read, learn and imagine, books push towards knowledge

By - Erinn Straughan

“A Room without Books is like a Body with no Soul”

“Painting is poetry that is seen rather than felt, and poetry is painting that is felt rather than seen.” — Leonardo da Vinci Literature and writing, storytelling and poetry, the verbal and written arts that are so seldom recognised for what they are and could potentially be. Books hold the essence of their author and

By - Thando

Africa’s Greatest Art Bookstore

David Krut Bookstores in Johannesburg is the premier destination for collectable art books and to satisfy your literary thirst. The bookstores evolved from small visual art support venues to very busy interactive spaces connected to our art galleries and etching workshops. The bookstores originally served as distribution points for our own publications – the TAXI

By - Dale Wyngaard

Parents Workshop at Die Bron Primary in Stanford

Parents are their children’s first teacher and therefore in our programs we put a lot of emphasis on not only our work with the children but also with the parents. In collaboration with the Die Bron School team we offered a Parents Workshop with the theme, How to enhance children’s fine motor skills at home.

By - Rachel van Blydenstein

The IEB Conference Experience 2018

The David Krut Bookstore Team headed to the IEB Conference to set up a booth of curated books to offer to the IEB curriculum teachers and promote our wide range of titles on visual arts, design and other areas of creativity. Our presence continues to remind teachers of the efforts David Krut Bookstores makes in supporting

By - Dale Wyngaard

Welcome to the New Year

The beginning of a new year in an educational setting is always an exciting time as we meet many new children that join our workshops and programs. The past few weeks have been a time for reflection on the past year and planning for the New Year. It is a time to stop and take note,

By - Dale Wyngaard

Creative Works at Funimfundo Pre-School

Over the past few weeks we have explored the theme of working with every day, recyclable material with the grade R class at Funimfundo Pre-School.    We have used newspaper sheets for movement activities, folding items and crumbling balls for ball play and we have created interesting constructions from recyclable paper and plastic cups. The

By - Rachel van Blydenstein

Movement Breaks in the Classroom Workshop | October | Maboneng

Movement Breaks in the Classroom Workshop | October 2017 | Maboneng Facilitated by Occupational Therapist, Regina Broenner and Khosi Radebe Date: 12th & 13th October 2017 The movements workshop was facilitated as a project by Occupational Therapist, Regina Broenner in collaboration with Khosi Radebe powered by Stanford Creative Works, a David Krut Projects initiative. The workshops

By - Dale Wyngaard

Creative Workshops now also offered in Masakhane, Gansbaai

We have expanded the reach of our Creative Workshops in Stanford to include the Masakhane community near Gansbaai.    Masakhane is a township of about 12 000 residents, most of them originating from the eastern Cape. In the beginning of 2017 we started to offer our Early Learning Program for Grade R learners at Masakhane

By - Dale Wyngaard

Parents Workshop at Die Bron Primary School

This term we offered another workshop for the parents of the foundation phase learners at Die Bron Primary in collaoration with Jenny van Velden from the Principals Academy. The parents’ workshop was held on a Saturday morning where parents were invited to join us.    The workshop covered a variety of topics on how to

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