Dear Readers,

With this June issue we bring you  many articles on the early years of Waldorf  with a week in the home from Monday to Friday with articles on domestic and artistic activities for parent and child. For those you who are offering home based programs for the early years, this brings you a glimpse of my Morning Garden program, The Children’s Garden which set the rhythm for our weekly family rhythm fifteen years ago and continues today with homeschooling in the grades.

Renee Gaul shares her favorite Waldorf resources for the early years and Christine Natale brings us into a deeper look at the Grimms fairytale The Frog Prince.

And for those of you with daughters approaching menstruation, some lovely activities for moms to do in preparation from DeAnna L’am.

Here is a peek into the early years in the June issue:

 

 

Tell us about your rhythms in the comments below, what works for you? What helps your family find its anchors through the day, the week and the year?

Warm wishes,

Lisa

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