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This is a good page: http://www.openwaldorf.com/temperaments.html
other ideas i've seen at some waldorf school festivals: faerie wands - wooden dowel tied with ribbons, feathers, bells wool gnomes rose windows (for older children with patience
I think a lambskin wooly is great to have for little ones. Also, it's never to early have them be attached to a doll...I wish I had done it sooner. Doll play is so much kinder than animal play.
did anyone have any ideas for 1 simple game for 6 girls? has anyone read "the best loved doll" (its from the 60's)? It's such a cute story about the love a girl has for a doll. Do you think it would be OK to read to girls at the party?
Quote: Originally Posted by E.V. Lowi Here are some dolls that I have made for boys- http://www.etsy.com/view_transaction...on_id=24734609 http://i127.photobucket.com/albums/p...StarChildb.jpg http://www.etsy.com/view_transaction...on_id=25518187 http://www.etsy.com/view_transaction...on_id=23837727 http://i127.photobucket.com/albums/p129/isgood/Boy1.jpg http://i127.photobucket.com/albums/p...ood/avia-1.jpg Here is my feedback...
Hi Everyone, I'm in the process of planning a simple tea/doll party for my daughter's 6th birthday (7 girls to be invited). All but 2 girls attend our local Waldorf school. Party will be indoors with family cats put outside (2 kitties are not enough for 7 girls! trying to reduce all chances of tears) I am looking for some simple and cooperative games for them to play (maybe 2) before we do a simple craft (still need to figure this out too - simple sewing or felt...
I think you have to be very specific and have a tangible copy of your policies that each parent signs before they place their child in your loving care. Here's the policies of my daughter's old preschool: http://www.greenwoodschool.net/policies.html Look at Classroom activities and Lunches & Snacks I really appreciated all of this put in place and also put in writing. The parents who do love what you are doing will be happy if you are consistent. Anyway, best...
You can sometimes find old books of games, fingerplays, jumprope chants etc at used bookstores (Half-Priced Books) or even thrift shops. I also like the old Childcraft books. If you can't find any old books the Daring Book for Girls and Dangerous Book for Boys have lots of interesting games, stories, activities and history.
In the Waldorf Kindergarten Snack book there is a long introductory section about what to feed children. There some things that the mentioned children shouldnt eat ex. mushrooms and nightshade fruits. I found it all very interesting and some things very similar to Ayurveda and/or Macrobiotic cooking.
We have one from Jan (maineartisen) too. She was selling some on Ebay for a time. Here's what "Scarlet" looks like: Scarlet
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