Homeschooling

How was your homeschool week?Halloween is here! What are your family’s plans? We plan to visit a pumpkin patch with friends this week, where we also enjoy a hay jump, corn maze, train ride, and more seasonal fun. On Halloween, however, we intend to keep things simple and trick-o-treat with the neighborhood children. Saturday is […]

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How did your homeschooling go this week? We had our first day of autumnal weather yesterday! We also had an exhausting and disruptive week as we are having work done on our home. It was work that needed to be done anyway, now that our home is nine years old, but we are also trying […]

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How was your week? Things continue to be unusually warm and sunny here, so it is a bit hard to believe that Halloween is just three weeks away! 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 […]

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Waldorf Kindergarten Homeschool Lesson Plan for Week of September 8th

How has your week of homeschooling been going? This was our first week of the “school” year, so things didn’t run quite as smoothly as I would have liked. Sola does continue to love the songs, poems, stories, and art of Waldorf inspired homeschooling though. This is the second week of our Waldorf inspired kindergarten […]

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Waldorf Kindergarten Homeschool Lesson Plan for Week of September 2 | from Blue Bells and Cockle Shells

This year, Sola will “officially” be in kindergarten. For those of you who are not familiar with Waldorf inspired learning, Waldorf kindergarten does not usually include academics. Instead, the focus continues to be on rhythm, story telling, poetry, music, art, handwork, and most of all, lots of playtime. This year, I thought I would share […]

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