Blue – by Mary Roberts

      The Waldorf curriculum leads the students on a journey through the feeling life of color. Winter is a wonderful time to explore the color blue. We paint the frosty ice blue of snowy fields and icicles, the cold aquamarine of the sea, the quiet indigo expanse of the nighttime sky , and the moonlight on a frozen pond. Each color journey cultivates the child’s connection with...
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Music at Waldorf

Mr. Fron explains how Music works at the Waldorf Schools!
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4th Grade Woodworking – By Mr. Litts

As an energetic lad within these very walls, my rambunctious nature was instantly quelled when it came time for handwork, especially woodworking. My love for traditional methods of crafting has grown over the years, and I’m fortunate to be able to bring my experiences to our children. Rather than presenting a more common “shop class” type of curriculum, we’ll focus on...
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Buddies Painting Owls – By Mrs. Sabatella

Every first grade class gets a buddy in the fifth grade class.  These buddies stay together until the fifth grade leaves the lower school after 8th grade. The current 4th grade and the 8th grade have spent their buddy time over the past four years together doing a variety of activities.  A few weeks ago we gathered together to sketch an assortment of owls.  Outside the rain fell in a steady...
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Painting Genesis – by Karen Crandall

Waldorf schools are nonsectarian. Values such as respect for self and others, universal to all religious and spiritual traditions, are upheld in the classrooms. Spiritual leaders of many cultures are studied through the history of world civilizations. The question of religion is left strictly to the family.  Here is one way we present the Old Testament as literature to our 3rd graders Painting...
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