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Waldorf teaching

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Waldorf teaching. Get inspired and try out new things.
I'm getting started on my first grade prep and found this great little list of images for letter stories! Waldorf First Grade Letter Stories http://www.awaldorfjourney.com/2017/06/waldorf-first-grade-letter-stories/

Now that 8th grade graduation is behind me, I’m starting to get all geared up for 1st grade. I’ve got just 3 weeks before my family and I head off for our big summer trip, so I’m wasting no time getting going on my summer prep. Years ago a former colleague of mine put together […]

A Waldorf-Inspired Homeschool: Where To Start

Waldorf is a holistic educational model that strives to teach the whole child... head, heart, and soul. It's appealing and exciting, but can also feel overwhelming! Kirtsee Raki explains how you too can gift your children a Waldorf-inspired education.

The Magic Of Beautiful Books :: Discovering Waldorf - The Magic Onions

Discovering Waldorf The Magic Of Waldorf Storybooks by: Joey van Oort We do not have a Waldorf School close by to enroll our children, however, we have chosen to live a Waldorf lifestyle at home. When my children were born my mother in law introduced us to a few of the Waldorf story books that […]

Waldorf Connection

Donna Ashton of The Waldorf Connection explains the basics of Waldorf education for homeschool parents wanting to learn more.

Discovering Waldorf - Learning To Read The Waldorf Way - The Magic Onions

Discovering Waldorf is a weekly series of articles written by ‘everyday’ Waldorf families. The contributors to this series share their ‘real-life’ insights and inspirations on all kinds of Waldorf topics. This series is not meant to be Waldorf philosophy in its purest form, but rather a snapshot of how we can all incorporate Waldorf ideas […]

The Root Children Circle Play — Lavender’s Blue Homeschool

This circle is based on The Story of the Root Children by Sibylle von Olfers (there’s also a wonderful updated version called When the Root Children Wake Up by Audrey Wood). Oh, how we love this story! The text in quotes is pulled from the von Olfers book; the circle play and au

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Welcome to Waldorf Handwork Educators! We are dedicated to promoting the teaching of handwork skills to children. Our goal is to provide educators with the resources they need to be successful in teaching handwork to children. We offer a variety of handwork courses for educators, as well as a variety of resources for educators and parents. In our 2nd Grade Curriculum Guide, we give a full year's worth of projects to support the growth in both the student and the teacher.
If you are homeschooling a preschool, kindergarten, or elementary student you know how important play is for your kids. Children can learn during playful and fun activities! Hear from one family their experience in teaching through unschooling like play time. Encourage learning by incorporating fun projects, active ideas, and creating a fun homeschool room. See what happens when you ditch the planner and organization for a fun moment of playful learning! #waldorf #montessori #unschooling
As teachers, it's our mission to empower our students to be free, purposeful, and responsible beings. #education #teaching #inspiration #empowerment #freehumanbeings #imagination #truth #responsibility #teachers #waldorf #steiner
A free felted pumpkin tutorial? What a treat! In this video, Shellie teaches how to make a fun and festive, felted pumpkin from start to finish! Visit our video library for more tutorials and video series, including our hand broom making series, at https://www.waldorfhandwork.org/video-library. View the full video on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/2fTydA0NMT4

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