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Waldorf School of Princeton is excited to offer parent-child programming for children and their caregivers, birth through 2.5 years. One morning a week, the program provides gentle support for new parents in their role as their child’s first teacher, and a gentle transition between home and school life for the young child. Included are homemade organic snacks, circle games and songs, puppet shows, simple crafts and practical experiences for adults, and ample amount of creative free play for children both inside and out. The parent-child program provides a fun, safe, nurturing environment in which young children begin to explore the world around them. Parents discover more about parenting and Waldorf Education, and both adults and children have an opportunity to make new connections with other families.
Announcing Spring Sprouts for May 2017! Interested in our parent-child program, but wishing you could try it out before committing to a full year? Spring Sprouts is a four-week “sampler” experience for little ones up to 2.5 years old with a caregiver. Running Thursdays, May 4-25, 9-10:30 a.m., the four weeks will include such themes as bread baking, painting, crafting, and the “farm next door,” all under the gentle instruction of our trained Waldorf teacher. Spaces are limited, and the cost is $240 for the program. Full details, including how to register, may be found here.
“The most effective kind of education is that a child should play amongst lovely things.” —Plato