Fall Waldorf Circle Time Verse circle time class 1 class 2 kindergarten parent child seasons verse Oct 03, 2023

Ms. Tiffany provides early childhood and her lower grades with what you need for your Waldorf circle.

Below you will find more information on what happens in each class:
Parent Child, Kindergarten, Class 1 and Class 2.


The ages of birth to four years are magical years of rapid...

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Gratitude festivals seasons waldorf lifestyle Nov 15, 2022

“The earth is firm beneath my feet,
The sun shines bright above,
And here I stand – so straight and strong,
All things to know and love.”

~Traditional Waldorf

Harvest season brings a sense of thankfulness to the forefront but living in gratitude throughout the year imbues life...

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The Magical Sun Fairies festivals handwork seasons Aug 30, 2022

I love this time of year...back to school, harvesting the late summer’s garden bounty, and
with the help of the magical sun fairies, using natural dyes from Mother Earth to dye the
fiber and textiles I will use throughout the school year for all of my handwork projects.

Natural dyes are the...

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Spring in the Heart seasons spring 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 seasons spring waldorf lifestyle 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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The Seasonal Dance handwork seasons 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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