Still “trailing clouds of glory,” First Graders enter the Waldorf classroom with great expectations. If they have gone to a Waldorf Kindergarten before coming to Grade One, then they are not yet writing or reading, and their arithmetic skills may be limited to some simple counting. Not having had academic subjects forced upon them in their [...]Continue Reading →
As a native of Japan, and having family members and many friends in the midst of the devastation, I continue to struggle to find strength to overcome my own fear and sadness. Yet, a question came to me, how do I talk to my four year old about this? This awoke me. I felt called to stand up [...]Continue Reading →
December 2012 Parenting The roll of the Doll in the Life of the Child :: A Interview with Christine Schreier Education Nourishment Living Op Ed by Lynn Jericho [...]Continue Reading →
I feel so blessed to have so many shining, delightful and wondrous people contribute to this magazine. In order for you to get to know them a little better, each month I will interview one of our columnists. Our first interview is with someone I met online many years ago, perhaps even fourteen [...]Continue Reading →
“There is a garden in every childhood, an enchanted place where colors are brighter, the air softer, and the morning more fragrant than ever again.”- Elizabeth Lawrence
The young child is still in a consciousness of at-one-with-the natural world. The child of first, second and third grade as well as kindergarteners and nursery children [...]Continue Reading →
Creating beautiful, nourishing meals is a work of art.
Clearly, there is more to nourishing our bodies than the food we eat.
It is a soulful act.
Here’s a peek at Nature Tables from all around. Send us a photo of yours and we’ll post it here with a link back to your site.
This festive table for February is from homeschooler Jamie Bennett…
This is from Marianne Frost’s [...]Continue Reading →
With great excitement, I am loading the articles for the month of May. The demise of my computer two weeks ago slowed things down for me but I’m continuing to work at it, little by little, on my teenager’s computer. I’ve extracted my old hard drive and will soon access the photos I [...]Continue Reading →
Cheerful tidings to you for a Merry May! We are working hard to get the May issue up on the site with articles on the celebration of the May for the entire month as well as Mother’s Day. We have some new columns and new features in store for you this month including [...]Continue Reading →