iWaldorf: A User's Guide by Eugene Schwartz. iWaldorf is the first and only iPhone app that serves as a guide to Waldorf education. Users have access to hours of video and audio recordings in which Eugene Schwartz presents the basic principles of Waldorf pedagogy, accompanied by examples of student work. The app also includes complete descriptions of all of the subjects in the Grades 1 - 8 curriculum, as well as articles on themes central to Waldorf methodology. Note: This 5-minute long…
This is a guest post written by Barbara Dewey of Waldorf Without Walls in which she describes learning to read the Waldorf way.
7 Powerful Mantras for Waldorf Homeschooling Mamas
Need help developing some mantras for yourself as a homeschooling Mom? Mantras can really help you to remember what’s important. Here are 7 powerful mantras for Waldorf homeschooling Mamas for you to remember as you go on your Waldorf homeschooling journey.
8 Sensory Activities to Engage Kids During the Witching Hour
Around Valentine’s Day, we celebrate the wedding day of the birds by taking bits of yarn gathered from finger knitting projects through the year and hanging them in the garden for the birds to have something soft for building their nests, and bringing them something good to eat, like valentine-shaped birdseed cakes. Gateways Spring 2012, Issue #62: Kindergarten on the Farm and in the Garden
Gallery of Drawings | Chalkboard Drawings in the Waldorf Classroom
Welcome to 30 Days to Waldorf-inspired Preschool at Home! Scroll to the bottom of this post for a list of all the blog posts as they go live! Pin Background Final I hope this blog series will help you understand the basics of Waldorf early childhood. But even more than that, I hope it will