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Old 05-04-2017, 03:02 PM
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Originally Posted by Josiegirl View Post
CityGarden, I don't want to hijack this topic but am searching for ways to implement Waldorf lines of thinking into my CC(plus I'm doing a 2 page paper on Waldorf) . Would you recommend those book links or do you have other sources as well? You can PM if you'd like. I just sent for a book called Simplicity Parenting that I hope will help streamline the environment.
I had hoped others with more experience with Waldorf in their program would chime in... but I will jump in first.

In terms of books these are my favorite Waldorf based books:

You Are Your Child's First Teacher

Beyond the Rainbow Bridge

Heaven on Earth

Seven Times the Sun

The Creative Family

Other Resources

150+ Screen-Free Activities for Kids: The Very Best and Easiest Playtime Activities
This is not Waldorf but when you go screen free it's nice to know what to do when you run out of inspiration.

The Artful Parent Blog
Again not Waldorf but helpful. Forums has a Waldorf section that is AMAZING!

Little Acorn Learning has a Kindergarten Waldorf Curriculum since academics are not heavy in Kinder I would assume you could adjust this for preschool age

This is a nice home based child care inspired by Waldorf:

A Child's Garden of Thyme uses LifeWays as her curric. which you can find here:

If you visit here: you will find a number of programs many home based.
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