Waldorf - Curriculum
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Waldorf Square Geometric 3D Wooden Puzzle Blocks: DIY Toy for Kids
You can use this DIY Waldorf square to make patterns, as a puzzle, and as blocks. Many variations of shapes, colors and patterns are possible. Both kids and adults can exercise their geometric and spatial thinking by playing with this puzzle’s beautiful natural wood pieces. Gift Ideas | DIY Projects | DIY Toys | DIY Puzzle
Make It as Lively as Possible! ⋆ Art of Homeschooling
Ideas for bringing your Waldorf homeschooling lessons alive. Rudolf Steiner suggested that in making lesson plans for our children, we come up with creative and fun learning activities that bring the lessons alive. Weave in the lively arts. Great tips for homeschooling. Steiner says: Make It As Lively As Possible!
Resources for Hands-On Homeschooling ⋆ Art of Homeschooling
New to Waldorf homeschooling? Or needing a refresher? Check out all the FREE resources at Waldorf-Inspired Learning from the Block Rotation for Grades 1-8, to a list of Over 50 Resources. Check out the article on The Lively Arts and 10 Steps + Supplies.
Art History and Writing Integration - Whimsy Workshop Teaching
Art Around the World has EASY lessons for busy teachers. I am also a teacher and expected to cover all curriculum areas, but that doesn't mean we don't have time for art. The secret: integration! I've created. These fun lessons have teacher scripts to read aloud about each country and customs, step-by-step photo instructions, and a simple supply list.
You Need to Know the Three Stages of the Waldorf Curriculum ⋆ Art of Homeschooling
Lesson topics for each of the three stages of the Waldorf curriculum. Rather than grade by grade indications, think in terms of developmental stages when planning your Waldorf curriculum and lessons. Great for homeschoolers and planning for mixed ages.