On this week’s Sunday With Sarah I share further thoughts on Waldorf homeschooling, and the lessons I learned when I began to let go of sticking with a prescribed curriculum, and the idea of “Waldorf School at home.”
If you use a curriculum, how strictly do you follow it? Do you combine resources? Are you an unschooler? Please share what works for you!
This week on Sunday With Sarah I share my thoughts on a few well-established curriculum resources for homeschoolers wishing to incorporate Waldorf methods.
Oak Meadow – A more mainstream homeschool curriculum with a Waldorf flavor.
Live Education – A curriculum developed by Waldorf class teachers. Waldorf school at home.
Christopherus Homeschool Resources – Developed by a Waldorf educated, Waldorf trained, homeschooling mother of two, who knows what it’s like to juggle being a mom, running a household, and educating one’s children. Highly recommended.
LifeWays North America – A wonderful resource for parents of children birth to age six. Offers a training program for parents and home caregivers, and a wonderful newsletter full of information.
Are you a homeschooler? An Unschooler? Do you use a curriculum? What’s working for you? Share your thoughts, suggestions, and questions here!
When it comes to educating preschoolers at home, there is no need to spend lots of money on expensive packaged curriculum, and preschoolers don’t need workbooks.
The lessons that daily living offers have more value for young children than anyone can imagine!
Photo by Esther Wieringa
My guest post this month at SimpleHomeschool offers suggestions on activities to do at home with your preschooler that will fill your days with joy while you prepare your child for academic learning later.
Hope you’ll stop by and let me know what you think!
Are you homeschooling a preschooler? Do you use a curriculum? How do you spend your days at home?