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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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:: 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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:: July 27 ::

What we can do, is support our children through these times with gentle and conscious parenting. These two articles contain suggestions and gentle advice on how to support children in times of stress. Both were written in the aftermath of Fukishima and are sadly still applicable with the recent tragedy in […]

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Blog :: Happy Father’s Day

On June 17, 2012 By

Dear Wonderers,

Warm wishes for a Happy Father’s Day to the Fathers in your lives!

How do you celebrate Father’s Day? How do you help your child appreciate his or her dad? How do you show gratitude for the gifts your own father has given you in how to live your life? Sometimes these gifts […]

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We have a lovely give away for you this month from Stophen Spitalny, Waldorf early childhood teacher, musician and author. To the readers of The Wonder of Childhood, Stephen is offering a copy of his book Connecting with Young Children: Educating the Will.

In the words of Lisa Boisvert Mackenzie, the Wonder of Childhood […]

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Blog :: October Sponsors

On October 1, 2011 By

Hello October!

A warm welcome to our newest Sponsors here on The Wonder of Childhood and a welcome back to our old ones.

Balance in Childhood and Adolescence :: Practice of Connie Helms, Extra Lesson Teacher and more,  devoted to helping children and adults overcome learning and behavior challenges

Amanda Everse […]

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Monthly Guides are back!

In the words of Lisa Boisvert Mackenzie:

“I am so very excited to share with you the news of the return of the Celebrating the Rhythm of Life in Caring for Children through the Year materials.  The new format retains all of the elements you love with some expansion in a few areas. […]

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Ah, the mere thought of blueberries makes me pucker.These small dusky globes that grow so close to the ground pack a punch of flavor. The big Jersey berries full of sweetness and moisture, how they pop with goodness!

We are blessed with blueberry season unfurling right now.

This passion for blueberries has inspired me […]

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What is Sparkle Stories?

Sparkle Stories is a new site with audio stories for children ages 3 to 10. We offer 4 delightful story series: stories about fairy magic in So Many Fairies, animal adventures in Junkyard Tales, as well as tales of the day-to-day explorations of the much-adored Martin […]

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I am so very excited and honored to bring you this interview with Lynn Jericho. Lynn’s work is so powerful, healing and transformative. Lynn works out of Anthropsophy and brings  such a dynamic and fertile living element to ideas and phrases bantered about and read in texts. She brings it to life ~ […]

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