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The Dreamers’ School is a part-time enrichment program for homeschoolers located in Buford, Ga. Our programs are Waldorf-inspired, with the goal of educating the whole child, “head, heart, and hands.” We offer classes for children ages 3-14, and all age groups work within an arts-integrated curriculum based on cultivating students' intellectual, emotional, and physical capacities.
The Dreamers’ School
At Waldorf-Inspired Learning, longtime homeschooler Jean Miller provides strategy and support to empower and inspire homeschoolers to create their own homeschooling plan that’s just right for their family. Jean offers a planning guidebook, one-on-one mentor sessions, group coaching programs, and a summer weekend experience in Ohio, the Taproot Teacher Training for Waldorf homeschoolers. Her website and blog are a great place to learn about the Waldorf approach and homeschooling through articles and resources.
A passageway, as one would guess, is a conduit to the next thing: a way to allow movement from one place, condition or stage to the next. This blog is entitled “The Parenting Passageway” as it is intended to help support and encourage parents in peaceful parenting for our hectic world.
Waldorfish began with Brian & Robyn Wolfe. We are both teachers (Waldorf & public school), and we started this adventure in 2012 out of a desire to make training in the arts more accessible to class teachers in remote locations and to homeschooling families everywhere! Our work has expanded quickly, and we now offer live and online workshops around the world. We also offer consulting in the areas of Art, Geometry, and the Movement/Games curriculum as well as homeschooling. In 2018 we added two additional teachers to our team. We are so excited to share their talents and joy with you!
Living Music offers teaching, guiding and mentoring through live classes and online courses on how to teach music in a holistic, Waldorf-inspired way; giving mom, dad, and children simple ways to make music together. Learn how to play a recorder instrument with lessons that are step-by-step, using songs about the magic of nature, celebrating the seasons and festivals, also using rhythm and rhymes, games, stories, circle time, and even using handwork projects and incentives. All lessons inspire families to create music together magically and completely.
Waldorf Essentials provides homeschool curriculum, training and coaching for families on the Waldorf homeschooling path.
Judy Forster, owner of Mama Jude’s Plant Dyed Stuff, is a teacher, artist, and craftsman specializing in teaching handwork to children of all ages and working with plant dyes in the fiber arts.
Feeling overwhelmed with all the pieces you need to put into place? Don't waste time and energy trying to figure it all out by yourself. We have you covered. We offer step-by-step training programs, teach you how to homeschool using Waldorf-inspired methods, and mentor families through the process of learning how to incorporate it into their lives. We're here to support you on your Waldorf Journey.
The Waldorf Homeschool Connection
Indigo Crane will have a great selection of Mercurius school items (main lesson books, kite paper, pens, graphite, chalk, beeswax) as well as knitting project bags, fabric toy and gift bags, window stars and reusable beeswax wraps. Indigo Crane is owned by Anna Katherine Curfman, a Waldorf homeschool mom of three.
A children's shop located in the heart of Historic Roswell, dedicated to offering sustainable, organic, non-toxic, and ethically made toys and gifts.
A Small Green Footprint offers eco-friendly products for kids and families. We look for products that are made from natural materials; sustainably harvested wood products; naturally grown cotton, hemp, and bamboo without the use of pesticides or chemicals; and although it is not always possible, we consider the distance a product has to travel to get to us. In a perfect world, we would choose a product that fits all of these requirements plus be of high quality. When it is not possible, we have chosen what we feel is the best of what is out there. We have a large selection of wooden toys, child-sized cleaning and cooking tools, high quality art supplies, natural baskets, and cooperative games which fit wonderfully in a Waldorf inspired household.
A Small Green Footprint