Oct 9

Why Waldorf Students Knit

A child who is knitting a hat or a toy kitten sees their will transformed into art. They see their focused, detailed work turn into something beautiful and purpose filled. They experience how the conceptual becomes concrete. But knitting also teaches more than abstract concept mastery. It also teaches simple and complex mathematics; hand, eye and brain coordination; sensory integration; and resiliency of habit… all while promoting peace of mind.

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Dec 8

Why Bright Children Deserve Age-Appropriate Academics

There is a commonly held belief that children who learn early learn more over the long haul. Research, however, does not support this theory. This is the story of one family and their journey discovering Waldorf Education for their son, Lukas. Lukas only knows that he loves his new school, but his parents understand the solid foundation that is being laid for academic learning.

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