Parent Child Classes

Parent Child classes run in ten-class sessions throughout the school year.

In these cozy and gentle classes, parents and young children come together in an inviting environment that echoes the rhythms and warmth of a Waldorf Early Childhood classroom. Parents participate with their children in circle and story time, preparing a snack, sharing a snack, creating simple crafts, singing and playing games and enjoying physical movement. Our loving teacher guides discussions among the parents while the children are encouraged to explore and engage in imaginative play.

These classes offer a place to connect, discuss child development and parenting issues, and learn about Waldorf education with an experienced classroom teacher, as well as meet other parents of young children.

2018-19 School Year Sessions

Tuesdays | 8:45am-11am

AGE 2.5 – 3  | 10 CLASSES | $400

Fall | September 18 – November 27

Winter | December 4 – February 26

Spring | March 5 – May 21

Wednesdays | 8:45am-11am

AGES 1-2 | 10 CLASSES | $400

Fall | September 19 – November 28

Winter | December 5 – February 27

Spring | March 6 – May 22

Thursdays | 11:00am-1:00pm

BABIES | 10 CLASSES | $400

Fall | September 20- November 29

Winter | December 6 – February 28

Spring | March 7 – May 23

About the Teacher:

Ms. Heather Parent Child Waldorf TeacherMs. Heather is a dedicated Waldorf early childhood educator with over 20 years of experience as a Waldorf teacher and a Waldorf parent.

Originally from Massachusetts, Ms. Heather received her bachelor’s of science in human services and counseling/psychology from Lesley University. In 2001, she moved to Eugene, Oregon, with her three children and shortly after began her Waldorf teacher training. Since 2014, Ms. Heather has been an active and much loved early childhood teacher in the Portland area.

Ms. Heather lives in Beaverton where she enjoys beekeeping and gardening. She finds true joy spending time in nature, especially when she is by the ocean. Ms. Heather is thrilled to be serving the community of students and families here at Portland Waldorf School.