Waldorf kindergarten homeschool

Discover creative homeschool ideas for Waldorf kindergarten education that will engage and inspire your child. Create a nurturing learning environment at home with these top ideas.
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The beauty of Waldorf education is that it meets the child where he is developmentally. The synergy of Waldorf teaching methods and child development is discussed wonderfully in an article by Dr Reggie Melrose called ‘Waldorf from a Neuroscientific Perspective‘. The Morning circle is a great example of how Waldorf meets the young child where […]

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Hilary Sherlock
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In my last two posts, I shared with you my favorite elements from the Charlotte Mason approach (click here to read) and the Waldorf approach (click here to read.) Many people find that these two approaches compliment each other very well, especially when given flexibility and an open mind concerning educational philosophies. Here's how that looks for us: Generous Blending of Books and Storytelling My love affair with beautiful books blends beautifully with my passion for face-to-face…

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Soraya Delgado
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Guest post by Leah Damon - @leahdamon I spent the majority of my childhood growing up as a missionary child in a remote village in the beautiful wilderness of the West African bush. Most of my tribal friends lived in mud huts without the conveniences of clocks, watches, or other technology, and the concept of

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Kyndra Noelle
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When we discovered the warm and inviting classroom of Lisa and Nathaniel Santa Cruz, we instantly fell in love. Wondergarten is a Waldorf-inspired in-home preschool that seeks to enrich the lives of children with goodness & beauty. At Bella Luna Toys, one of our missions has always been to share the beauty of Waldorf education. The rare glimpse into the classroom that Lisa & Nathaniel share each day on Instagram does just that, and in such a lovely way. Let's take a journey through their…

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Cgrabeman
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Handwork is a fundamental part of the Waldorf curriculum from kindergarten through the grades and high school. It’s so good for children to learn how to make beautiful and useful things with their hands. So how do we teach handwork at home? I have a broad definition of handwork

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Sejal Patel
This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure statement for more information. Welcome to the final post in our 'back to homeschool' planning series! In case you're jumping in at the very end, here are the links to the previous posts: How I Plan My Homeschool, Part 1: The Big Picture How I Plan My Homeschool, Part 2: 'Do the Next Thing' Subjects How I Plan My Homeschool, Part 3: Unit-Based Subjects How I Plan My Homeschool, Part 4: Establishing Our Weekly Rhythm This is Part Homeschool Planning, Homeschool High School, Homeschool Resources, Homeschool, How To Plan, Enrichment Programs, Curriculum, Daily Routine, Waldorf Homeschool

This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure statement for more information. Welcome to the final post in our 'back to homeschool' planning series! In case you're jumping in at the very end, here are the links to the previous posts: How I Plan My Homeschool, Part 1: The Big Picture How I Plan My Homeschool, Part 2: 'Do the Next Thing' Subjects How I Plan My Homeschool, Part 3: Unit-Based Subjects How I Plan My Homeschool, Part 4: Establishing Our Weekly Rhythm This is…

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Taylor Granrath
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This is a guest post written by Kim! I hope you enjoy all of her encouragement and insight as she details a typical homeschool day with her two little ones. Find out more about Kim below. With two boys, three and five, our days are usually full of a lot of energy, a lot of noise, and a whole lot o

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