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Our school is a member of the Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America (WECAN). They have produced an enlightening series of videos to highlight the essential components of a Waldorf early childhood education.  Each of the six videos takes less than five minutes to watch.

Ample Time and Space

The first essential component of a Waldorf early childhood education is the provision of ample time and space for joyful creative play and imagination.


Caring Environments

The second crucial component of a Waldorf early childhood education is the creation of caring environments that nourish the senses.


Consistent Rhythms

A third essential component of Waldorf early childhood education is the creation of consistent rhythms that promote health, security, and trust.


Real Life Activities

The fourth cornerstone of a Waldorf early childhood education is an immersion in real life activities that evoke reverence for the wonders of the world.


Relationships Based on Love

The fifth essential element of a Waldorf early childhood education is the fostering of relationships based on love, respect, and care for each child as unique in body, soul, and spirit.


Educators Committed

The sixth crucial component of a Waldorf early childhood education is the presence of educators committed to self-development and collaboration in community with others.

Learn more here: Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America

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