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Sunday With Sarah LIVE

Sarah Baldwin, M.S.Ed., Waldorf teacher, author, and owner of Bella Luna Toys, answers viewers’ questions on:

  • Boys and Gun Play
  • Waldorf Education
  • Learning to Read
  • Resources for Puppet Plays
  • Parenting

and more in this one-hour Facebook Live event (recorded July 31, 2016).

Note: The Sarah’s Silks giveaway mentioned in the video has ended.

0:00    Welcome and Introduction

0:45     Be sure to Like Bella Luna Toys on Facebook. Then hover on the “Liked” button and choose “See First” to be sure not to miss my posts.

3:24     Boys and Gun Play

14:56   Is a Waldorf school appropriate for a child on the autism spectrum?

18:32   What is the difference between Waldorf education and Montessori education?

25:48   How do I respond to a four-year-old who is showing an interest in letters and reading?

31:19    How can I incorporate Waldorf elements, like “rhythm,” into my Montessori classroom?

35:05   How should I go about introducing Waldorf homeschooling to my 6-year-old and 4-year-old?

38:31   What ages does Waldorf education cover? What about homeschooling through middle school and high school?

43:34   What toys would you recommend for a 6-month old girl?

48:47   What components would you feel are essential in a 3-year-old’s home and school environment?

51:58    What resources would you recommend for puppet plays for 3- to 6-year-olds?

57:14    Thank you so much for joining me for this first live event! I’d welcome your feedback and hope you’ll join me again!

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2 Comments

  • Reply Jackie May January 28, 2017 at 8:12 pm

    How do you cope with today’s children’s short attention span…. possibly due to too much screen time and immediate gratification? ( I teach Art to primary grades) Thank you.

    • Reply Sarah Baldwin January 29, 2017 at 11:12 am

      It is certainly a challenge to teachers, isn’t it, Jackie? If there’s any way to encourage parents to limit their children’s screen time, that would be most important, but not always easy to do if you teach in a public school. Is there a way to take your students outside for a walk before focusing on making art? Or better yet, take them outside to observe nature and to draw or paint what they see. Or collect objects from nature to use in their art projects. Too many schools these days don’t give children enough outside time to burn off energy, which is a great antidote to too much screen time.

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