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I love to do crochet baby patterns from baby booties to toys. You can make a whole baby layette pattern!
For autumn kindergarten 2 (age 5-6), our Waldorf inspired style gets a little more academic yet still very playful and imaginative.
While homeschooling September kindergarten using a Waldorf inspired educational style we learned about dragons, kites, and observed trees.
Learn how to make homemade window quilts the quick and easy way for more window insulation and the health benefits of sleeping in the dark.
Here are the details about what we did for homeschooling September kindergarten 1 using a Waldorf inspired educational style.
For the month of August kindergarten 1, we wrap up what we've been working on and prepare to move up to the next level.
Learn about freezing food, the historical use of frozen foods, and its advantages and disadvantages.
Our homeschooling continues through the hot summer sun for July kindergarten 1, learning about topics like blueberries, bees, and more.
Lesson 10 of the 50 small acrylic paintings challenge is mixing tints and shades.
Exploring monthly sensory bins is a fun way to help young children develop their senses and imagination.
Learning at home happens year round as we continue homeschooling summer kindergarten 1 through the hot summer months, too.
The learning doesn't stop for June kindergarten 1 as we study more about the animals in our region.
Study the geometry of traditional quilt blocks through coloring, pattern block play, or by using stickers.
Learn the process for raising silkworms and growing your own silk fiber through sericulture.
Find the correct size knitting needles for your yarn and the knitting stitches will slide smoothly.