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A Day in the Life of a Waldorf Kindergarten - Simple Homeschool

Written by contributor Sarah Baldwin of Bella Luna Toys A note from Jamie: While not technically a homeschooling day, this post provides a helpful look into an early childhood Waldorf classroom, which is largely based on a home atmosphere. Many popular homeschooling curricula spring out of this philosophy, so I greatly appreciate Sarah sharing her …

Chicken Waldorf Salad - Weekend at the Cottage

289 · Roasted chicken, celery, apple, grapes and walnuts with a lemony Dijon mayo dressing...

10 ingredients

  • 2 cups Chicken, roast
  • 5 Celery, ribs
  • 2 Granny smith apples
  • 2 cups Grapes, red
  • 1/2 Lemon, juice of
  • 1 tbsp Mint, fresh
  • 1 tbsp Dijon mustard
  • 1/2 cup Mayonnaise
Baking & Spices
  • 1 Salt and pepper
Nuts & Seeds
  • 1 cup Walnuts
How to Plan a Powerful Daily Routine or Rhythm

A Waldorf daily rhythm is a daily routine that creates a framework for your day to strengthen habits and increase productivity! Get our free weekly planner!

Sewing Board -- Embroidery Board -- Waldorf Handwork -- Basic Stitches -- From Jennifer

Here is a great way for your child to learn fine motor skills, basic sewing stitches, and introduce the experience of embroidery. Each board is 7-inches square and comes with two large metal blunt-tipped needles along with six pieces of cotton yarn in a rainbow of colors. In the photograph you see the following stitches--running, back, chain, cross, whip, blanket, and zigzag. Whether your child uses this as a tool for learning or toy for fun, you're giving them a wonderful place to express…

Waldorf Books and Homeschool Curriculum - Nature Homeschool

Today I'd love to share with you some resources for adding Waldorf into your homeschool. While our family isn't a 100% Waldorf homeschool; I use a lot of Waldorf books and resources, especially in the early years. I would say about 1/3 of our homeschooling is Waldorf inspired. How we ventured into Waldorf

Waldorf Homeschooling: Things we love about the Waldorf Method

In my last post, I described our relaxed, eclectic homeschool approach as a recipe--one that starts with a Charlotte Mason and Waldorf foundation, throws in a a generous helping of unit studies, sprinkles in some classical education, and occasionally gets ignored in favor of periodic unschooling. This recipe also changes often with seasons, interests, and with the phases in our lives. We are far from purists of any of these approaches, choosing rather to take what we love about each and…

Discovering Waldorf - 'The Morning Rhythm' - The Magic Onions

Nicole, from Frontier Dreams, was kind enough to share her families daily rhythm with us a while back. Today, she is back to revisit their morning rhythm… Welcome, Nicole. : : : Good Morning Dear Earth Good morning dear earth Good morning dear sun Good morning dear flowers and fairies, every […]

Método Waldorf de lectoescritura, por qué es tan eficaz | De mi casa al mundo

¿Es posible enseñar a los niños/as a leer y escribir desde el juego, la alegría y creatividad?¡Sí, claro que es posible! La pedagogía Waldorf lo lleva haciendo desde hace muchos años

The Magic Of Beautiful Books :: Discovering Waldorf - The Magic Onions

Discovering Waldorf The Magic Of Waldorf Storybooks by: Joey van Oort We do not have a Waldorf School close by to enroll our children, however, we have chosen to live a Waldorf lifestyle at home. When my children were born my mother in law introduced us to a few of the Waldorf story books that […]