Sukkot Building in Grade 3

Sukkot Building in Grade 3

Grade 3 at Waldorf schools is a pivotal year for children. Around their 9th birthdays, children become more aware of their own individuality and more curious about the world around them.  The curriculum this year, therefore, strives to support them during this...
A Rosh Hashanah Gift for Grade 2

A Rosh Hashanah Gift for Grade 2

In second grade at Waldorf schools, students study the lives and good deeds of heroes, saints and helpers of humanity throughout history. As the children learn about these people who devoted their lives to helping others, they often feel inspired to emulate these good...
Curriculum Features at Open House

Curriculum Features at Open House

This coming Saturday, January 27, we are hosting our annual All School Open House from 10am to noon. Our classrooms will be open and filled with examples of our students’ beautiful work. Student musicians will fill the halls with the sounds of their talent and...
Reduce, Reuse, Regenerate

Reduce, Reuse, Regenerate

In a balanced natural ecological system, the needs of the elements within the system do not exceed the input provided by the system itself. There is no such thing as “waste” because everything produced by the system becomes healthy input without ever being in excess...
Knitting Together

Knitting Together

Every year around this time, we have the great pleasure of witnessing one of the sweetest exchanges of education a Waldorf school has: the week where the eighth graders teach their first grade buddies to knit. We talked to Grades Handwork teacher Ms. Mariama about...