Kindergarten classes are offered three or five mornings per week from 8:15-noon.
After Care Program is available.
Kindergarten for children 4-5.
Waldorf education consciously builds a strong foundation during the early childhood years for the later intellectual growth of the child, but avoids the actual teaching of academic subjects at this time. The purposeful activities provide the first steps in the evolution of the cognitive, social, and emotional processes that continue in the academic work of the elementary school.
The Early Childhood faculty builds this foundation by filling the day with carefully crafted and artfully executed activities. Eurythmy (rhythmic movement), nature walks, and healthy outdoor play build physical strength, agility, and grace. Other purposeful activities include watercolor painting, drawing, handcrafts, beeswax modeling, and baking. Imaginative play, poems, stories, puppetry, music, and circle games all open the youngster to the wonders of creativity.
The rhythmic repetition of these activities strengthens and nourishes the children, imbuing them with a sense of order and harmony.
Learn more about the Waldorf Early Childhood curriculum.
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