“I Am New To Waldorf: How Can I Find Out More?”

This comes up quite a bit.  Honestly, I think the best place to start is Steiner himself and then delve into other people’s works.  Here are my suggestions: 

Introductory Works To Waldorf Education:

  • The Kingdom of Childhood  – Steiner
  • The Education of The Child  – Steiner
  • The Spirit of The Waldorf School  – Steiner
  • Soul Economy  – Steiner (Maybe more an intermediate level, but probably my favorite in many ways).
  • These books can be bought here:  http://www.waldorfbooks.com/edu/steiner_waldorf.htm

For Children Under The Age of 7:   one of the Following:

  • You Are Your Child’s First Teacher (check your library for this title) (Dancy Baldwin)
  • Heaven on Earth (Oppenheimer)
  • Beyond the Rainbow Bridge (Patterson and Bradley)

For the Big Overall Picture Of Waldorf Education – Otherwise Known As “The Kindergarten Years Are Very Short”:

  • The Waldorf Parenting Handbook (Cusick)
  • Waldorf Education:  A Family Guide (Fenner and Rivers)
  • School As A Journey (Finser)
  • The Christopherus Waldorf Curriculum Overview for Homeschoolers (Simmons)

 I hope that is helpful to some of you.

Many blessings,

Carrie

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3 thoughts on ““I Am New To Waldorf: How Can I Find Out More?”

  1. Carrie,
    I am so glad you are doing this kind of post. I would have been overjoyed to have found this kind of info on Waldorf education and to be directed in all these places. Thank you for your passion to share this blessed and most wonderful pathway! You have done much research and anyone reading this comment, please know that Carrie is on the way to changing our future education. Her actions will touch many souls and they will see how amazing this new education is for the future way we educate our children. God has chosen her to lead us to new inspirational ways. Many Blessings to all who choose this passageway, may we all be leaders.

  2. Pingback: New To This Blog and Considering Waldorf Homeschooling For Kindergarten? « The Parenting Passageway

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