Do you have difficulty understanding seasonal festivals, daily rhythms and what a Waldorf home looks and feels like? Do you wish you had more curriculum and ideas for January and February? Do you have challenges with your child’s behavior? Do you want more parental participation, but just don’t know how or where to begin? Do you run out of ideas or inspiration on your Waldorf journey?
Here Is What You Will Gain From Reading This Book:
- Inspiration for New Year’s, Valentine’s Day, and beginning a new year.
- A Waldorf wet on wet painting lesson.
- A Main Lesson Block on puppetry and having a Waldorf style puppet show.
- Information on making a Waldorf doll and sources for doll patterns and doll makers.
- Why it’s important to work and play in a child’s routine.
- Questions answered on nightmares, night terrors, defiance, discipline, rhythm, setting up a child’s room or environment, parent-toddler group pros and cons and more.
- Storytelling facts including therapeutic stories, parables, Grimm’s fairy tales, Norse myths, folk lore and the uses of enchantment.
- Socialization challenges and signs of over stimulation and sensory overload.
- Hearth and home and Blessings on your house.
Who Needs To Read This Book?
- You are a Waldorf homeschooler who needs inspiration
- You have challenges with your child’s behaviors.
- You want to try something different but you don’t know where to start.
- You have secret feelings of doubt that maybe homeschoolingis not for you.
- You need some ideas for simple crafts and activities to do with your child.