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Making A Waldorf Pocket Doll :: FREE Pattern DIY Tutorial :: Discovering Waldorf Education

It’s so exciting to find a budding new Waldorf Blog. Cathy, from the beautiful new blog Faith & String and shop Brambles & Blossoms is sharing her tutorial on how to make a WALDORF POCKET DOLL. Please visit Cathy’s sites for other great Waldorf doll tutorials and to purchase the most lovely Waldorf dolls. ::::If you want to read more…click here

Outdoor Play : Discovering Waldorf

A series that explores the ideas and philosophies behind Waldorf Education…     For more information on Waldorf Education, please visit the Discovering Waldorf Series from the Waldorf tab in the Navigation bar. Blessings and magic, Donni Are you interested in a Waldorf-inspired lifestyle? Sign up to receive helpful new Discovering Waldorf articles. Email AddressIf you want to read more…click here

Friday’s Nature Table

Welcome to Friday’s Nature Table; a place for us to share our nature inspired adventures and creations. Each week I feature a participant from the week before. As camping season is starting for us (yay) I found this camping-with-kids link from Home Grown Montessori fabulous… If you want a chance for your link to beIf you want to read more…click here

Discovering Waldorf :: The Six Year Change

Every month, the teachers from our Maple Village Waldorf School host a Parent Education evening where they discuss a Waldorf topic that is relevant to us and our children. These evening have been so helpful in understanding my children from a Waldorf perspective. The topic for discussion last month was The Six Year Transformation. MyIf you want to read more…click here

Discovering Waldorf :: Dolls in Early Childhood

(Please feel free to add the above Discovering Waldorf button to your blog. You can do this by saving the above image to your desktop and then adding it to your blog as a Picture Gadget that links to this code: https://themagiconions.com/search/label/Discovering%20Waldorf ) Discovering Waldorf is a weekly series of articles written by ‘everyday’ WaldorfIf you want to read more…click here