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Natural Toys : Discovering Waldorf Education

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 Address FirstIf you want to read more…click here

Storytelling : Discovering Waldorf Education

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 Address FirstIf 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

Overcoming Fear :: Discovering Waldorf

Overcoming Fear and the Perception of Judgment within the Waldorf Community     This past year, after discovering Waldorf during Fall 2010, I finally visited my first Waldorf school. Everything up to that point that I knew about Waldorf and my experiences with it were from books and online. When I first got the invitationIf you want to read more…click here

Why Is Art So Good For The Developing Brain : Discovering Waldorf

Kitty spends hours drawing. She uses a pencil and eraser at first and then, when she’s happy with her work, she traces over her drawing with black pen. Her concentration is intense. And, her desire to draw is intense too. I’m so proud to see her working so hard at it. Amazed to see theIf you want to read more…click here

Let’s Make An Autumn Fairy From Natural Materials

Autumn must surely be the most generous season of all. When we go out for our walks, one thing we make sure to remember is our basket to carry the multitude of treasures we find along the way. Our basket quickly fills up with pine cones, acorns and beautifully colored leaves, along with the customaryIf you want to read more…click here

Cultivating a Waldorf Home :: Discovering Waldorf

Cultivating a Waldorf Home by Nicole Justice-Kleeman I’m so grateful that Nicole has written an article for us about how to cultivate a Waldorf home. I have had so many requests from readers on how to expand from these ideas outlined below that I have put together a Waldorf workshop called 8 Steps To theIf you want to read more…click here

Natural Art Supplies :: Discovering Waldorf

Wonderful Joey is back to discuss the beauty of crafting with natural craft supplies. Discovering Waldorf:  The beauty of natural art supplies by:  Joey van Oort I have to say the best part of “discovering Waldorf” for me was making the switch to natural art supplies.  I have loved art supplies since I was aIf you want to read more…click here

Educating Children for the Future :: Discovering Waldorf

Jack Petrash, is a Waldorf teacher. He has over 30 years of classroom experience. Our world is changing at a rapid and dramatic pace. Every decade brings technological advances and unforeseen social change. So how can we prepare our children for a world we can’t envision? Here’s Jack’s answer… If you are interested in findingIf you want to read more…click here

Discovering Waldorf :: Can Play Get Your Child into University?

“Parents, educators, psychologists, neuroscientists, and politicians generally fall into one of two camps when it comes to preparing very young children for school: play-based or skills-based. These two kinds of curricula are often pitted against one another as a zero-sum game: If you want to protect your daughter’s childhood, so the argument goes, choose aIf you want to read more…click here

Discovering Waldorf :: Why Limit Computer Time

Here is a though provoking article (from Waldorf Today) about the effects that computer time has on the development of our children. As you may know, Waldorf education is for the most part, computer free. In fact, in the last few years, it has been nicknamed, ‘Schooling Unplugged’. Why limit computer time in this dayIf you want to read more…click here

Discovering Waldorf :: Dolls in Early Childhood

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Discovering Waldorf :: Celebrating Summertime with Twig and Toadstool

Thank you Donni for inviting us back to be a part of your beautiful space here. This is Maureen…one half of  the blog Twig and Toadstool .  At Twig and Toadstool we try to encourage parents to be creative by offering loads of great, simple craft tutorials, and some random musings on our own experienceIf you want to read more…click here