Starting your Day: (56:45 Mins)


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Starting your Day the Waldorf Way

Children in Waldorf education don’t begin their day with desks and worksheets. In most Waldorf educational settings they spend up to an hour each morning participating in a circle time which consists of rhymes, story telling, movement, poetry, etc. These activities help warm up the child’s body, get their blood flowing to their brain and engage their senses so that they are not only ready to learn but excited to start their day!

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Ayla Stewart is a wife and homeschooling mother of 5. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in German with a minor in anthropology. She also holds a Master’s degree is in Women’s Spirituality and a certificate in International Studies.She is a former columnist for Sage Woman magazine and has also written for Complete Mother magazine and has been a presenter at Sunstone Symposium. She is a convert to the LDS church who enjoys home schooling, home birthing, knitting, cooking and blogging.


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