Teaching Through Stories What first attracted me to Waldorf education was connecting with nature and exposure to arts and music. Once I taught a few grades, I realized how important the storytelling was. Basically, it is the vehicle through which most of the material is … [Read more...]
Why does Waldorf recommend taking longer than other schools to bring reading and writing to the children? Here is an answer from Waldorf teacher Anne Cleveland from our Expo 2015: How reading & writing is presented in Waldorf schools mirrors the development of civilization. Language is … [Read more...]
What does first grade feel like? Where is your child developmentally? What should you be doing for a kindergarten aged child? Is your second grader where they need to be academically? These and many other questions will be answered in the tutorials that are available only for a few more … [Read more...]
Hopefully by now you have your curriculum and have outlined your Main Lesson Blocks. (If not & you need help-schedule a chat with me here) A question I hear from my clients is "where do we fit in all the extra stuff?" Things like … [Read more...]
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