Waldorf inspired

Engage your children in the world of imagination and creativity with these beautiful Waldorf inspired crafts and activities. Discover ideas to enhance their sensory experiences and foster their holistic development.
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I have exciting news today… I’m happy to announce that I am bringing back the Discovering Waldorf Education series. So many of you have requested its return as it gave us all such a beautiful, every-day, insight into the Waldorf way. The Discovering Waldorf series is a compilation of articles about the Waldorf way of […]

Jolene Touitou
8 The Best Waldorf Inspired Activities And Crafts For 3 Year Olds Montessori, Activities For Kids, Crafts, Pre K, Toddler Learning, Montessori Activities, Waldorf Preschool, Preschool Activities, Activities

Preview: Find inspiration and ideas in simple activities and crafts for 3 year olds. In a constant search for new developmental activities, I looked for specific crafts for preschoolers. As I found many beautiful craft ideas and beneficial activities, this time I focused on Waldorf inspired crafts. Mostly inspired by the natural materials and

Nicole Barsic
Baby, Butterfly Baby, Baby Makes, Waldorf Doll, Waldorf Inspired, Waldorf Dolls, Hand Sewing, Doll Making, Beginning Of Spring

The Waldorf Inspired Butterfly Baby is such a sweet little treasure to soothe the soul. With so much intensity happening in the world, these little babies seem to have come to bring some comfort... both to the maker and to the receiver.They are also a beautiful little project to welcome the beginning of spring or summer. These little butterfly babies make treasured gifts, and can be made into a brooch to attach to a bag, or perhaps bedroom curtains! You may like to add some dried lavender…

Kyla Harkins
Crafts, First Grade Maths, Middle School Writing, First Grade Writing, Teaching First Grade, First Grade Lessons, Teaching Kindergarten, First Grade Math, First Grade Classroom

First grade is such a sweet, memorable year. It’s the bridge between the kindergarten and elementary years. Like the kindergarten child, the first grader still thrives on days full of play, connection, and rhythm. (For more on supporting these needs, see this post on How to Teach Kindergarten ). Yo

Anna Sechi