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Just in case you thought I wasn’t busy enough… I’ve started a Foundations program, which is the first year of Waldorf teacher training – which is not to say that I want to be a Waldorf teacher – but rather … Continue reading
Almost daily I read the posts of a yahoo message board called, Waldorf Home Educators, because the moderator of the group, Mrs. M, has wise things to say about child-rearing and schooling alike. Here is one post of hers that … Continue reading
These are just the four seasonal songs and handplays I change out every month. i am the earth and the earth is me, i am right where i am supposed to be , i am loving and loved, secure and … Continue reading
As Christian and his friends approach their fourth birthdays this year, there has been a lot of buzzing about schooling and homeschooling, because frankly most conventionally schooled kids are already in some “school” situation by this age. As a mom … Continue reading
After three plus years of organizing and leading weekly circle times for the 0-7 year old set, I have definitely developed favorite resources. Recently, friends (and strangers) have been asking me what those resources are. I use what appears to … Continue reading
Here are the songs, rhymes, hand plays, and transitions for Earthroot’s Forest Kindergarten February opening circle. I am going to try and post March songs by the 15th of this month – I’d better get crackin’! Follow, Follow Me Follow, … Continue reading
Here are the songs, transitions, and blessings for Earthroots Forest Kindergarten’s opening circle in January 2012. Follow, Follow Me Follow, follow me To the ring of the fairies Follow, follow me, Where the fairies dance and sing. Gather with you … Continue reading
Not pictured: group snack, handwashing, quiet sit, game, lunch… It’s pretty fun for a job.
The video at the Kimberton Waldorf School website is the best description of Waldorf education I’ve ever come across. If you’re interested in Waldorf education, have a watch. You’ll wish you could go to school there.