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Lots of you have asked me to recommend Waldorf books This is my all-time, heart-bursting, favorite for families who are new to a Waldorf lifestyle and want to explore how Waldorf traditions and rhythms can fit into their family It’s for families who have kids in the early childhood range
"Knitting instructions are largely binary [and] read just like regular expressions [of code], used for string matching and manipulation."
Charles Andrade, a parent and Lazure painter, talks about the powerful use of color throughout the WSRF campus, how the colors reflect the Waldorf pedagogy and how the colors meet the child at their developmental stages.
Kids need recess.
“It looks like old-fashioned recess, but once a week, schools like Eagle Elementary are throwing open their doors open an hour early and giving kids the run of the place. Adults keep their distance, letting them tear through the halls, jump, shake, send things flying.”
If you're buying gifts for children, go simple. "The more we know about early brain development, the more we understand the need for play that is based on human interaction," Dr. Healey said. "There is no screen, video game or app that can replace the relationships built over toys." ~From a recent report by the American Academy of Pediatrics #fosterimagination #waldorfworks #screenfreechildhood