This high quality and beautiful pen from Greenfield enables children to learn to write with ink in a playful way. Due to the ash wood body, the fountain pen lies safely and easily in the hand. The ergonomically shaped grip with the non-slip and soft finger recesses allows children to hold the writing tool in the three-point grip without cramping. The fountain pen is suitable for right- and left-handed use. In terms of sustainability, all pen parts can be replaced. The school fountain pen is also available in blue, red and green. With the Greenfield Converter, as a sustainable alternative to cartridges, you can easily fill the Greenfield school fountain pen with ink from the bottle. Made in Germany. Learning to write begins in the Waldorf School on the very first day of school with the drawing of straight lines and curves. In the process of learning to write, the children follow a path from painting to drawing to writing. Writing is quasi emphasized out of drawing. In this way the children do not get to know the letters in an abstract and analytical way, but the teacher develops them lively from a picture or lets the children experience the letter form in movement. In the first two years at a Waldorf School the children use almost exclusively wax crayons and wax colouring blocks for writing, drawing and painting. In the third class, writing with a fountain pen is introduced. Material: wood and plastic. Dimensions: Length: 130 mm, Ø 14 mm on the grip. Mercurius is a subsidiary of Neuguss Verwaltungsgesellschaft, Berlin. Mercurius is one of the leading Waldorf school and Waldorf kindergarten outfitters. Mercurius Stockmar sells products and products from specialist suppliers of high quality teaching materials to (Waldorf) schools worldwide. The company with many years of experience offers a uniform core assortment worldwide in high quality, with product safety and at fair prices. It produces socially and responsibly. High social and environmental standards are maintained and there is cooperation with social therapy workshops.