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Family Craft – Bunny & Chick Pom Poms

Dear Families, Here is a lovely craft to welcome spring to your home.  I will send along some verses for you and your child to enjoy with your bunny and chick. Warmest wishes,Kate HillParent & Child Teacher   To begin, click on these two videos to guide you...

Fort Making – Instructions & Inspirations

I’ve been thinking of my childhood and my daughter’s early years. Building forts was a favorite activity. Very likely you’ve all had this hands on experience! Tucked away spots to play with dolls and stuffed animals, make puzzles, color, enjoy books, and day dream....

5 Great Books to Add Diversity to Your Young Child’s Bookshelf

We live in a world rich in people from across religions, races, cultures, and family structures. And at Waldorf School at Moraine Farm, we strive to reflect a tapestry of experiences back to our students and our community. Representation matters. Studies from many...

Why We Bake Bread in Early Childhood Classes

Bread making at Waldorf School at Moraine Farm is a much loved activity beginning with children as young as two years old. Waldorf schools around the world use different bread recipes. At Waldorf School at Moraine Farm, we have been making huckabuck bread since the...

Benefits of Barefoot Babies

In this article, originally shared in Pathways magazine, Kacie Flegal explores the neurological benefits that walking barefoot has on developing minds. In our Parent & Child program, parents and caregivers learn about child development through guided activities,...