Let's explore with American Sign Language! Aug 05, 2022

Join Ms. Rebecca as she explores Coxhall Gardens! Can you find all the animals? Ms. Rebecca also share with us many signs we can practice and enjoy with our families. 

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The Eurythmy Letter Gestures Jul 28, 2022

When one thinks of Eurythmy, the Eurythmy Letter Gestures generally come to mind! And for good reason! Almost everything we do in Eurythmy is based on these gestures! It is a beautiful, magical world that is slowly unlocked with each grade.

The Eurythmy Gestures fill and enliven our etheric...

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What's your story? Jul 13, 2022

Bhima and Arjuna were brothers. They were warriors and both were students at the school run by Drona. Bhima was rather fond of food and Arjuna was fond of archery. Bhima was focused on his mission and so was Arjuna. One night, when every student had gone to bed, Arjuna could still hear some...

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Math in Context Jul 07, 2022

So many students, when they enter middle and high school, express the feeling that they don’t like math, or are not good at it.  Why does math become the bane of so many kids, even those who otherwise thrive in school?  

One answer to this question is that math too often is...

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St John - Messenger of Light Jun 23, 2022

St John - Messenger of Light  

I am always grateful for the pause in our usual routine that a festival gifts us with. Whether we are bathed in hours and hours of golden light in the northern hemisphere or finding our way through the darkness in the southern hemisphere, we are reminded...

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Why do we love this journey called homeschool? Jun 14, 2022

Happy Summer Break! What an amazing year we have had together. I am so grateful for every single student and family in our classes. You inspire me every day so deeply. This summer blog post is a little less formal than those I shared earlier in the school year. There have been many milestones...

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Rising First Grade Readiness Jun 02, 2022

Waldorf is intentional in every aspect of the curriculum. From how and when a subject is brought to a child, to how a teacher meditates and meets the children they are teaching. There is no exception to the intention that is brought when a child enters into academic learning and crosses over the...

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Spring in the Heart May 18, 2022

As spring arrives in any hemisphere it is always received with great hope and anticipation. One might ask where this hope springs from? Where do these forces arise? The clue is in the growing light, the Sun. The answer would be from the realm of the heart - our inner sun. As class 7 embarks on...

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Rain gear for April showers Apr 16, 2022
SPRING IS HERE! As flowers, ladybugs and birds emerge.... The rain has also increased!

In order to stay dry and enjoy being outdoors, here are some tips to look for in your rain gear.
1. Water PROOF (not water resistant). It often will say this on the tag.
2. How does the rain gear fit? You want...
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A Sharing on the Life of Rudolf Steiner Feb 28, 2022

Dear Seasons of Seven Community. We always have a chance at the end of February to remember Rudolf Steiner and the legacy he has left for the world. Let us remember him with love and gratitude for all that he was able to share with us.

A Sharing on the Life of Rudolf Steiner 161 years ago in the...

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Why should we study Steiner? Jan 29, 2022

Why should we study Steiner? Doesn’t the curriculum or the teacher give me all I need? This is often the question I get when I talk to parents about reading Steiner.  

Steiner can be...thick...dense...INTENSE and few people really enjoy reading his work at first. It takes time to...

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The Seasonal Dance Jan 22, 2022

Mary had a little lamb, 

Which grew to be a sheep: 

The wool upon its back became 

Too thick and warm to keep. 

Then Mary’s sheep did with the rest 

Down to the brookside go, 

And soon again it well could boast 

“A fleece as white as snow.”...

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