If you planted a pollinator garden as part of the Waldorf100 GreenBee Wildlife initiative, we hope you have had the opportunity to observe the pollinators you have attracted and are enjoying your success! Please take photos of your garden and send them to us at email@example.com.
Schools across North America have been receiving mayoral proclamations designating September 19, 2019 as a time to recognize the gifts offered by Waldorf education. Here are the proclamations that have been made thus far for the Waldorf100 anniversary.
No doubt you are aware of the powerful voices of countless youth across the globe who are challenging the public take climate change seriously. On September 20th, students from a number of Waldorf schools in North America took a stand. We celebrate their community activism.
Through the First Nations grant program, students at the Lakota Waldorf School will learn to speak and understand the Lakota language and learn a strong cultural identity and reverence for the heritage through gardening, food preparation, and other Lakota traditions.
Waldorf education uses the block structure of learning to make sure that students have the time they need to experience true learning and find relevancy and interest in the topic at hand. We call this academic learning block Main Lesson.
"Working and eating together at the table is an important social activity. Through the whole process of kneading, baking, waiting, and eating the children are learning to slow the pace of their day and are becoming part of a community."