Month: January 2015

Waldorf Kindergarten Homeschool Lesson Plan for February 2 | From Blue Bells and Cockle ShellsThis is our Waldorf kindergarten homeschool lesson plan for the week of February 2nd. If you missed my first week’s post about our Waldorf kindergarten homeschool lesson plans, the books needed to complete our year of lesson plans are listed at the bottom of this post. I will continue to post these lesson plans on Fridays of the week before they are meant to be used, so that you can be sure you have all the supplies you’d need to do these with us, if you’d like to join us.

How has your homeschooling week gone?
Not only have all of us been healthy this week, but we’ve had record breaking highs all week. So we have had quite a bit of outdoor time. We even took the opportunity to go to the Seattle Space Needle today and the view was tremendous thanks to the clear skies. Just a reminder, Monday is Candlemas. If you haven’t made any candles yet, I’ve got a big list of candle making ideas below. (more…)

Making Candles for Candlemas | From Blue Bells and Cockel Shells

In the United States, we celebrate a strange holiday called Groundhog Day. It is a holiday that is derived from and old European holiday, Candlemas. There was an old saying about Candlemas being the day to determine how much longer winter was going to stick around: If Candlemas be fair and bright, Come, Winter, have […]

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Waldorf Kindergarten Homeschool Lesson Plan for January 26th | from Blue Bells and Cockle Shells

This is our Waldorf kindergarten homeschool lesson plan for the week of January 26th. If you missed my first week’s post about our Waldorf kindergarten homeschool lesson plans, the books needed to complete our year of lesson plans are listed at the bottom of this post. I will continue to post these lesson plans on […]

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Winter Window Transparency Template | From Blue Bells and Cockle Shells

I love window transparencies! They look so bright and joyful! I have experimented quite a bit with ways of enabling Sola to be able to make a window transparency on her own. Unfortunately, the process is much more complex than it seems at first. You can’t give young children the extremely sharp knives and scissors […]

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This is our Waldorf kindergarten homeschool lesson plan for the week of January 19th. If you missed my first week’s post about our Waldorf kindergarten homeschool lesson plans, the books needed to complete our year of lesson plans are listed at the bottom of this post. I will continue to post these lesson plans on […]

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