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How to use Waldorf rhythms to (work) and play from home

How to use Waldorf rhythms to (work) and play from home

Covid-19 and the resultant 21-day stay home directive has left many families with questions on how to balance work from home responsibilities, keeping their kids entertained through play, and maintaining sanity through it all. How you can use Waldorf rhythms to get...

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Why Waldorf?

When parents congregate around a Saturday braai, next to the sports field, wherever, conversation inevitably takes a turn towards schooling. I have come to realise over the past few years that most parents sense that there is something potentially wrong with our...

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Imaginative Play

Imaginative play: A pre-requisite for school readiness? YES!   Educational researchers and academics have always underlined the importance of imaginative and purposeful play in early childhood development and its role in preparing young children for primary...

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St. John’s Celebration

“The original idea of any sacred festival is to make the human being look upward from his dependence on earthly things to those things that transcend the Earth.” – Rudolf Steiner Festival celebrations are central in any Waldorf school. They help instil consciousness...

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Feeding the child’s soul in nature

(By Su Rubinoff, Meadowbrook Waldorf School (USA) - Gateway Issue 58)   Good morning dear earth, good morning dear sun, Good morning dear stones and flowers, every one, Good morning dear buzzy bees and flowers in the trees, Good morning to you, friends, good...

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