Apr 5
2018

Summer Camp Unplugged

Do you remember your summer as a child? What are some of your best memories? We’re guessing you were outside, playing in the sunshine, free to explore and cool off in the water. Your child can have these experiences too. They don’t need to have their lives scheduled down to the minute this summer. They can come, unplug and relax here at The Waldorf School of Philadelphia

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Feb 3
2018

The True Purpose of Preschool  

What is the true purpose education? What is the purpose of greater learning and does this purpose shift by grade or from childhood to adulthood?  According to Waldorf Early Childhood expert educator, Kasea Myers, the answer to all these questions – the purpose of education and learning across the board – is to open a person up to all of life’s wonders. We live to learn and learning to learn is the purpose of education.

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Dec 8
2017

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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