We have decide to use it as as guideline to our creative homeschooling ideas. I want to stay as flexible and open as I can so as not to become too dogmatic about any one belief or idea. I think my best plan is to keep and open mind and and open heart. I would consider myself an unschooler at heart but I love the Waldorf philosophy and use it to deepen our learning. Each day is full of possibility and I do find that the more I let my children follow their own ideas and inspirations, the learning just happens. They are fulling engaged in life and I see in front of me happy, well adjusted, focused, super social and bright little humans that are so excited about life.
Here are some Homeschooling resources and supplies I like:
with your Three to Six Year Old
Practical inspiration for kindergarten at home.
100 pages, $29
Waldorf Curriculum Overview for Homeschoolers
by Donna Simmons
The essential guide to Waldorf-inspired homeschooling!
240 pages, 8½"x11", spiral bound - $55
Places to get Arts and Crafts Supplies:
Local shop in Annapolis: Art Things
Great website for Waldorf Inspired Homeschooling :