Learn about the Waldorf Method as applied to Homeschooling
Curriculum by Class
If you wish to use the Waldorf method, but need to supply some authority with a curriculum plan, take a look at this New Zealand school’s overview.
Frequently Asked Questions About Waldorf (Steiner) Education
A list of more detailed answers to the most Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about Waldorf education.
An Introduction to Waldorf Homeschooling
The following is a distillation of some of the characteristics of Waldorf education. By Donna Simmons.
A private site, intending to provide answers about Waldorf education, in depth, that parents and prospective parents may have, and to clear up some of the misconceptions that may exist about Waldorf education.
Schooling as a Journey. Find out why a Waldorf education is the beginning of a life-long love of learning. Sandpoint Waldorf School, Idaho.
Everyone has heard of Stockmar Wax Crayons and Blocks. It is no surprise. They meet the highest educational, aesthetic and artistic demands. Elegant design with an attractive packaging and pleasant fragrance, Stockmar Wax Crayons appeal to the child’s senses. How the colours shine and how versatile they are! Whether drawing, painting, generously applying, layering, scraping, and melting colours, Stockmar Wax Crayons promise years of pure drawing pleasure. Outstanding drawing properties (no crumbling, sticking, smudging etc) non-toxic and a sound concept for Waldorf art education are what make Stockmar Wax Crayons top of the list.
Blogs about Waldorf Homeschooling
Tips on having a Waldorf-inspired home.
Let the Children Play
Here are some of the most popular posts, broken down into categories for ease of browsing.
Little Acorn Learning
Come celebrate the seasons of childhood with us.
The Magic Onions
Toys and treasures for the natural home.
Blog with ideas from Belluna Toys.
Parenting Fun Every Day
Lots of holiday craft ideas.
Rhythm of the Home
Categories about Warmth, Play, Celebration, Connection. Bernadette Emerson and Heather Fontenot, Co-Editors & Publishers, have worked together in some capacity for the past eight years, and have been lucky enough to share the joys of raising children as very close friends. Both women are committed to raising their families in the most natural and balanced way possible, and their love of cooking, crafting, and outdoor living is a major influence on the work that they do.
I’m Amanda Blake-Soule. Mama to five little ones – Calvin, Ezra, Adelaide, Harper and Annabel – and partner to Steve (who shares his own words here from time to time). Two years ago now, we moved into an old farmhouse in Western Maine. There’s lots of play, many visits to the lake, and in the best of moments – peace and creativity in our family of seven. The other moments are filled with plenty of chaos and craziness, but we love those too.
A place to learn and “LAPHH!”
Pinterest board by Esra Ergun Alis of her favorite Waldorf blog sites.
Waldorf Blogs – 2
Pinterest board by RosyUndPosy of her favorite Waldorf blog sites.
The Waldorf Way
1. to share my teaching journey in the Waldorf classroom
2. to serve as a companion in my studies of anthroposophy, steiner, and waldorf education
3. to share inspired crafts, stories, verses, and other jewels of our life’s striving
4. to catalyze spiritual, creative paths for those who happen to chance upon my blog!
The Wonder of Childhood
Practical education tips from the writer of the Wonder of Childhood blog, Lisa Boisvert Mackenzie.
On Waldorf Critics
I put it up after 2.5 years of participation on the WC-mailing list, to save other people from spending unnecessary time and energy trying to find out what PLANS is about. By Sune Nordwall.
PLANS: Educating the Public About Waldorf Education
A site and email list of highly critical individuals against the Waldorf “cult.”
Some myths about Waldorf education and anthroposophy
Some people have developed more or less intense, long term negative reaction for different reasons, at times in an obsessive direction. Such people have reacted by cultivating and publishing not only different forms of criticism but also a number of myths about Waldorf education, anthroposophy and Rudolf Steiner as the founder of both Waldorf education and anthroposophy. From Waldorf Answers.
This list is designed for those interested in the Charlotte Mason approach to homeschooling with a Waldorf twist.
EarthSchooling & Waldorf Enrichment
This list is all about sharing ideas on how to embark on Waldorf homeschooling either alone or as a group.
This is a support group for families of all walks of life, all faiths, and all cultures who are on the Waldorf path. It is primarily for homeschoolers/unschoolers, but others are welcome.
Oak Meadow Homeschool
This is a group used to discuss Oak Meadow curriculum, Waldorf Education, parenting and homeschooling.
Waldorf Early Childhood Bringing it Home
This group is for parents and those who care for young children and wish to bring a Waldorf experience/education to the children in their lives.
A resource community for persons interested in home or unschooling with an emphasis on the Waldorf curriculum and the pedagogical ideals of Rudolf Steiner.
Waldorf Homeschoolers – Special Needs
This group is for homeschooling parents/guardians who are interested in or currently using Waldorf methods to homeschool a “special needs” child.
Waldorf Inspired Home Education Resource
Waldorf inspired educational information, methods, artistic ideas, and pragmatics, sharing spiritual insights and practical advice with others.