Encouraging openness, curiosity and confidence in children can help them be more proficient in reading and math.
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Children watch us for cues on how to behave. To foster empathy in children it helps for them to see their parents embody generosity and be big hearted.
Multi-sensory learning experiences, such as art, movement and music, help students remember and re-apply what they have learned.
The American Academy of Pediatrics just issued a statement advising parents to choose traditional, physical toys over elaborate digital ones
Wilderness therapy aims to remove the temptation of technology, increase movement and introduce the healing element of nature.
In honor Waldorf education's 100th anniversary, the Summerfield Waldorf School and Farm is offering a 15-month fine arts calendar for January 2019 to March 2020.
Grades rarely assess qualities like creativity, leadership and teamwork skills, or social and emotional intelligence. Success is rarely about finding the right solution to a problem — it’s more about finding the right problem to solve.
Waldorf and Finnish preschools allow children to use cutting knives, tools and real glassware because it increases a student’s responsibility and independence.
New Harvard Medical School research shows that the youngest children in a grade are 34% more likely to receive an A.D.H.D. diagnosis than their classmates.