Monthly Archives: September 2012

Waldorf Weekend Review

This was our third week of our LA block. Monday will be our fourth and final block for a little while, before we begin our math block. This week we continued on with the story and were introduced to letters … Continue reading

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:: 25 September ::

This is what early-morning, beginning of autumn looks like around here this year. It is beautiful. The air is crisp, the earth smells clean, and the sun does this beautiful gradual warming act before receding gracefully at dusk. This time … Continue reading

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Waldorf Weekend Review

Things have fallen into place and we are all accustomed to our new routine. I know for me – and I think for the kids too – it has been nice to count on the consistency and flow to our … Continue reading

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Waldorf Weekend Review

Our second week of school brought the first of four Language Arts blocks. We began the week using the same format as last week, which is the same format we will follow throughout…that of HEAD, HEART, HANDS. Meaning that the … Continue reading

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:: September 12 ::

Joining Ginny today to share what I’m reading and working on. I am re-reading Radical Homemakers (I almost wrote Radical Housewives, wow). It was such a great book when I read it the first time, a couple years ago, it … Continue reading

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A day in the life of Lily

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Craft Along

My apologies – whatever the trick is for photographing red, I clearly don’t know it! The past few mornings have been deliciously chilly. The girls are completely shocked by this and they have been getting up and walking around in … Continue reading

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