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|Chapter 1 - Reading Steiner|
|Chapter 2 - The Curriculum (Overview)|
|Chapter 3 - Organizing Your Homeschool Year|
|Chapter 4 - Verses and Songs|
|Chapter 5 - Stories and Plays|
|Chapter 6 - Arts and Handwork|
|Chapter 7 - Preschool & K|
|Chapter 8 - Grades 1 through 4|
|Chapter 9 - Grades 5 through 8|
|Chapter 10 - High School|
The Curriculum (Overview)
Here are gathered all the curriculum materials you need to truly understand and teach Waldorf - and they're available for free!
It will never be completely free to homeschool your child, of course, with the costs of music, art, and handwork materials and the need for basic school supplies such as paper, but you can certainly do a successful job even on a very tight budget. We recommend joining a Yahoo Group for support.
Waldorf Family Network
The Waldorf Curriculum -
Curriculum Chart for Grades 1 through 12 by Melisa Nielson of A Little Garden Flower
I hesitate to even recommend this site, because these are his personal notes for his class and this is not the Official Waldorf Way because there is no Official Waldorf Way. The curriculum at all times is in response to the individual child and there IS NO PRESCRIPTION.
That being said, it does help sometimes to see how other folks have structured their blocks.
Making Your Binder
To access all these links online and view them on your computer will cost you absolutely nothing.
However, if you do have a small budget for paper and ink and are preparing a Curriculum Binder, I have organized all of the above as pdf files with the exception of Eugene's work which you'll need to print off his website. Make sure you get a large binder! There are 50 issues of the Newsletter.
The Education of the Child in the Light of Anthroposophy by Rudolf Steiner
notes from Melisa Nielson
notes from Eugene Schwartz
notes from classes & conferences, etc.