As spring blooms around us we are reminded of when we skipped, galloped, and ran as fast as we could to our meadow in the park.
Today we are bringing an original story from our Middle Nursery teachers.
It was written by Ms. Imhof and illustrated by Ms. Pruet using basic colored pencils and sketch paper.
Students at Rudolf Steiner School are familiar with drawing as an art form in many of their classes, from careful, descriptive work in their main lesson books, to form drawing and perspective drawing…
I have always loved to read. The companionship of a book, growing with the characters, sharing tears, and laughing through a book, is a journey that takes us places…
The best place for delightful movement and exploration is the outdoors. Even now we still can go outside if we practice social distancing, and follow local guidelines and all the basic hygienic recommendations.
Watching young children being fully immersed in self-directed play is a precious gift for adults. Play is the work of the young child.
When talking to our young children about the changes in our routine and environment it is always a good starting point to receive their questions with and open heart and mind.
Brother Richard Hendricks is a Capuchin Franciscan in Ireland. He shared this poem on his Facebook page on March 13 and his words have been shared with thousands in a matter of days.
Rhythm and routine are the pillars of our life in early childhood. For young children they provide the necessary form in which to feel secure and relaxed.
Charles Lyons, a Steiner Alumnus, published an article on the West Side Rag reflecting on the times we are living and his upcoming 60th birthday