Waldorf Expo Giveaway - The Magic Onions

Waldorf Expo Giveaway

We’re in luck! We have an awesome giveaway for the Waldorf Homeschool Expo.

The 5th Annual Global Waldorf Expo  is a totally online homeschool event, created just for Waldorf Homeschoolers. Tips, Training & Inspiration… all from experts, teacher and homeschool moms just like you!

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This is a weekend of free training from 15 of your favorite homeschool gurus. You’ll get ideas on rhythm/scheduling, discipline, main lesson books, temperaments, adolescence, the essence of Waldorf and so much more.

The Expo is brought to us by Donna Ashton, the author of the AMAZING book The Waldorf Homeschool Handbook.


Giveaway :

One lucky reader will win a Multimedia Pack which includes video, audio & transcripts of the entire Expo! AND a Waldorf Homeschool Handbook too!

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Congrats to Tammy for winning this Giveaway!!  Tammy said “I love the emphasis on creativity and beauty. Art, music and storytelling are so necessary to childhood. I love that Waldorf is really a lifestyle for your family.”

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Winner will be chosen randomly Wednesday 13th at 6pm.

There are several ways to enter… check Raffcopter below.

Good luck,

Blessings and magic,


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Donni Webber is the mom behind the popular natural living Waldorf website and blog, The Magic Onions - where the magic of nature and the wonder of childhood collide to make each moment a precious gift. She is a photographer, writer, crafter, wife and mother of two inspiring young children. Her work has been featured in many popular publications, including HGTV, Better Homes and Gardens, Disney and Apartment Therapy.

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  1. Melissa wheeler says:

    I love the sense of rhythm for each day, week, month, and year. I want that sense of living with the seasons to guide my family and me.

  2. Waldorf is magical. I love that my children are living in a gentle world where fairies and magic are possible.

  3. HI Dani – we would love to win this more than you can know.
    we dont have much money for curriculum and it would make things so much stronger here.
    i love everything about waldorf. i try and encorporate it in my teachings as much as i can.
    btw, your pinterest links as well as the two subscribe newsletter links aren’t working.


  4. Marisa Miller says:

    Really looking forward to the expo! I need some fresh inspiration for my upper elem and middle schooler.

  5. Love the closeness to nature

  6. Melanie Rose says:

    I love how Waldorf allows to children to live in the magical world of childhood.

  7. I love the beauty, the simplicity, but the depth at the same time. I ADORE the people I’ve met. Seriously, God has been blessing me at every turn in the Waldorf community. <3
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  8. Libby M says:

    I love the way it introduces such wonderful stories to the children just when they connect with them the most.

  9. Kaikki Bryan says:

    This would be so great. I have been dying to “attend” since I know the value of the information but can never find the time. Thank you for the chance.

  10. Kaikki Bryan says:

    Ooops…for got to say that I love that Waldorf is not just about bringing things to the child when and how appropriate but that it really seems to be for the family as a whole.

  11. Waldorf helps me in appreciating my kids as they are

  12. `Jessica says:

    Rhythms – daily, weekly, monthly, seasonally. Love the emphasis of nature and time spent outside. Love the belief and space that small children should just live and play and experience life – not be in classrooms learning. Love the focus on natural playthings and storytelling.

  13. Helen keller says:

    We are a Steiner family and joyfully embrace the Waldorf way of life. What a blessing this would be!

  14. Wonderful giveaway! Looking forward to hearing some of the lectures!!

  15. I love the holistic nature of Waldorf and the gentle way everything is introduced

  16. Brigitte Olligschlager says:

    I love sense of Rhythm that it brings or suggest. I also love how it is more developmentally appropriate.

  17. So many things to love about Waldorf, the storytelling, handwork, hands on math and science. I feel like Waldorf incorporates so much beauty into learning. I appreciate the philosophy of learning through head, heart, and hands.

  18. That it’s all about the child

  19. Where do I start? Chalk drawings, math connections, colour and rainbows. My kids loved the sight of the unicycles and stilts.

  20. I love that Waldorf education embraces the whole child, and I love that it strives to preserve magic and wonder in their lives. But I also love that Waldorf education emphasizes the child’s connectedness to everything else.

  21. Wow, Thank you!

  22. Sandra Mil says:

    I love holistic approach, its outer and inner beauty, as well as endless respect to every aspect of children’s being.

  23. What do I love about Waldorf? So much, it’s hard to list it all! I love that it’s holistic, nature-based, slow-paced and just feels like the obvious ideal way for humans to live & learn.

  24. I love that the waldorf system sees the whole child, and gives every child the possibiilty to grow up as an individ. I love that there is a red thread through all 12 years of school, and that kindergarten also works towards this. I love the flow of music and art, and I love the use of good materials. I love the thought behind. I just love it all. (I was a waldorf student myself for 12 years, I am educated as a waldorf teacher as well, and all of my 3 children has attended/attends a waldorf school.)

  25. I love that waldorf is a way of life, transforming every aspect of life, that it brings magic, meaning and wonder to our lives and it’s emphasis on connection, rhythm, slowness and calmness. It really matches our values and the simple and sustainable life that we want to live

  26. Waldorf has changed my home and homeschooling experience in every imaginable way. It helps me and my kids to strive for something better!
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  27. I love the connection with nature! I love how the child gets to grow as a whole at their own pace not being pushed forward when they are not ready to do so. I have been looking into homeschooling (my little one is almost school aged) for this reason and have found Waldorf to be exactly what we need. I would love to have some knowledge from experienced people on how to go about Waldorf homeschooling.
    Thank you for the chance at this amazing offer!

  28. What a wonderful giveaway! We are new to homeschooling and have naturally gravitated toward a Waldorf approach. These resources would be greatly appreciated!

  29. Thanks for the chance to win!

  30. I love how Waldorf looks at the whole child, not just “book” learning. Thanks for the chance to win!

  31. Valerie says:

    Waldorf is so rich with imagination and shows great respect for the natural world. It is the philosophy that resonates best with my family. It is experience/play based rather than performance / memorization based, and that makes it wonderful!

  32. This is an amazing giveaway! Thank you so much!! These resources will be so helpful for our waldorf home education journey!! X x

  33. What do I love about Waldorf? There are so many things!!
    The fairytales, the rhythm that isn’t a strict routine but it helps children to breathe in and breathe out when they need to.
    The beautiful toys. The wooden rainbow, the simple playsilk, the wooden blocks…. perfect toys made with love and so full of adventures in all of them.
    I love that handwork is part of the curriculum… that children learn to hand knit, knit, needlefelt… learn about the steps to making wool roving… all of it.

  34. The magic, the gentleness! Fairies, felt and flowers, its beautiful!

  35. Forestfirefarm says:

    Oh the toys and natural focus are wonderful for such new minds and hearts. the world can be harsh, keep the magic in our lives!!! thank you.

  36. I would love to win this. I just finished reading the Waldorf Homeschool Handbook and it is wonderful. I’ve already started planning for this coming school year. I’d be happy to share this new copy with a friend.
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  37. We feel so lucky to have found Waldorf!

  38. Andrea G says:

    I love the rhythm it gives. Be it for the day, the week or the year. I also love the hand work!

  39. Michele says:

    I love how it incorporates nature and magic into it. These things are so important and so overlooked in other forms of education.

  40. I love the gentleness, the connection to nature and the rhythm it brings to our days, it allows children to be children

  41. lysa filcek says:

    I love it’s beauty and simplicity. I love how it prepares children to think, explore and learn.

  42. Desiree says:

    I love so much about Waldorf: the simplicity, the rhythm, the focus on the whole child. It’s magical!

  43. We love waldorf. The rhythm and the simplicity of it is magical way that it teaches my children. Thanks for the chance to win :)

  44. tammy dougherty says:

    I love the emphasis on creativity and beauty. Art, music and storytelling are so necessary to childhood. I love that Waldorf is really a lifestyle for your family.

  45. michelle weller says:

    I love that waldorf encourages kids to use their imagination.

  46. I love the gentle way of being and its connection to nature.

  47. Still learning about Waldorf :) I am new to it! Thanks for the giveaway!!

  48. Alessandra Defavari says:

    I just love how waldorf learning respects the child’s senses and rithms, it is just sweet!

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