From the monthly archives: October 2012

Blog :: Hey Ho for Halloween!

On October 31, 2012 By

October 31 :: Halloween

Treats for You

Today we are conjuring up some Halloween fun for you with stories from the past and some inspiration for the days when the veils between the worlds are thin.

These days of celebration are tonight, tomorrow and the next day: All Hallow’s Eve, All Saints Day’, All […]

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The observation of the rhythm of the year with celebration and festival life is universal among humans everywhere and of every age. Since the beginning of time, there is evidence that all peoples have celebrated the rhythm of life, returning to ritual and routine year after year, marking time, showing reverence […]

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:: October 3 ::

Hello dear readers and friends,

I’m back from an extended summer vacation from the Magazine and excited to be back working in this place. What a full life it is! You too?

Autumn brings focus and energy for many new exciting elements here on The Wonder of […]

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Over in the Pumpkin Patch

On October 3, 2012 By

Storytelling is an essential element of Waldorf early childhood programs. Nurseries and kindergarten children hear a story each day, sometimes the same story for several weeks, ¬†often a nursery rhyme, folk or fairy tale reflecting the mood of the season. Sometimes a story is told with puppets and props. Materials used for storytelling […]

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