The curriculum at a Waldorf school can be seen as an ascending spiral: the long lessons that begin each day, the concentrated blocks of study that focus on one subject for several weeks. As the...
Painting Wet on Wet: Waldorf Watercolors for Children - Simple Homeschool
Written by Sarah Baldwin of Bella Luna Toys and Moon Child Wet-on-wet watercolor painting is a technique taught in Waldorf schools and enjoyed by many homeschoolers. It’s a satisfying artistic experience, and the beautiful results can be turned into lovely gift cards, book covers, paper lanterns, or any number of beautiful objets d’art. Why Wet-on-Wet? …
13 Ways to Give your Kids the Benefits of an Expensive Waldorf Education for Free
The Waldorf method of education is gaining in popularity, but the tuition is expensive. Learn simple, easy ways to provide the benefits of this method to your child at home.
Norse Watercolor Painting
A few fourth grade wet-on-wet watercolor paintings to share (these ideas came from Live Ed’s fourth grade curriculum): Mom’s Viking Longship. This painting was a real challenge for me! …
Our Daily Rhythm & chart
Ever since I visited the lovely Aurora Waldorf school in NY, I've wanted to make this Daily Rhythm chart that I saw there. ...
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An example of Fourth Grade Curriculum. Human and Animal and Norse Mythology. The student's names on their desks are written in Norse runes.
The Project Gutenberg eBook of Finger Plays for Nursery and Kindergarten, by Emilie Poulsson.
Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg.
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