{Part 3} Waldorf Homeschooling in a Modern World

By Donna Ashton and Anne Cleveland How to deal with other families and situations Plan ahead This can help more than you.  If you are like me you might just hope that there won’t be any conflicts or that everyone will be agreeable.  But you probably know where all the sand traps are and by … [Read more...]

{Part 2} Waldorf Homeschooling in a Modern World

By Donna Ashton and Anne Cleveland Setting Boundaries: You know how children at a certain age, usually around the age of two start to say, “You're not the boss of me.”  Well the truth is that you are the boss, and the more you really embrace the idea that you are the authority in every aspect of … [Read more...]

Waldorf Homeschooling in a Modern World

by Donna Ashton & Anne Cleveland This issue of popular culture and media exposure is the elephant in the room. It’s no secret that Waldorf advocates the elimination of most if not all media in children’s lives. But what is not always voiced is how difficult that can be and just how you do … [Read more...]

Entertaining Kids in the Car

By Michelle Yera The holidays are a busy time of year, especially for traveling. Since my daughter came along 5 years ago, we have avoided holiday travel.  But after much thought, we have decided to drive down to Florida for Thanksgiving this year to visit family. Once we get there it will be a … [Read more...]

Give-away for a Take-away!

Win one of five NEW books by Reg Down "The Treasure Cave: Sea Tales of Tiptoes Lightly". Tiptoes Lightly loves the sea, and when Farmer John and his children, Tom Nutcracker and June Berry, drive to the seaside for Thanksgiving she goes along with them. Tom and June discover a freshly uncovered … [Read more...]

Fall Crafts

It's leaf season right now in the Southeast United States and most of the trees are at their peak with leaves everywhere!  I love this time of year and we tend to spend even more time outside than usual, enjoying the beautiful weather before winter hits. My daughter loves to go outside with a … [Read more...]

Healthier Halloween

Looking for some healthier options to all the Halloween candy? One option is to forgo trick or treating and throw your own party.  This way you can control what your child has access to and encourage healthier eating.  Our Halloween Pinterest board has some great ideas such as ghostly bananas, … [Read more...]

Learning Spaces

Sally Haughey is the founder and owner of Fairy Dust Teaching, a company committed to the growth and empowerment of teachers around the globe through teaching not only cutting edge teaching strategies – but also transformational techniques to shift teaching barriers and overwhelm. Her eCourses … [Read more...]

Arnica Ointment

Guest Post by: Rosalee de la Forêt Making your own herbal remedies is a fun and engaging way to learn about herbs. Sure, you can memorize lists of what herbs do, but once you roll up your sleeves to make your own herbal recipes things really come to life! It’s easy to forget lists but much harder … [Read more...]

Yummi Pouch Review and Giveaway

The Yummi Pouch is a reusable, economical way for kids to eat on-the-go, no spoon required. They are dishwasher friendly, freezer friendly, BPA-free and phthalate-free and can be easily filled with homemade blended snacks. Yummi Pouches have helped thousands of families to eat healthier, reduce … [Read more...]