Please take a moment to review our Early Childhood Parent Handbook. There is also the Elementary Parent Handbook that contains some valuable information about Monadnock Waldorf School and the Early Childhood.
Do you have questions about how a Waldorf Early Childhood day progresses? "The Little Ones" by Helle Heckmann explains why it is essential for children to have enough of the simple, core needs of rhythm, sleep, freedom to move, good nutrition, imitation, the proper clothing and time to do things on their own terms.
Information and informative links can be found at the International Association for Steiner/Waldorf Early Childhood Education. Click Here
A good overview of why our faculty loves what they do may be found in the article "Why Waldorf Teaching Is the Greatest Profession" by Henning Kullak-Ublick, originally published in German then translated into English and published at www.WaldorfToday.com.
Our teachers reach beyond the classroom, with a series of parent evenings throughout the year to explore topics such as bedtime routines, caring for sick children, nutrition, planning birthday parties, mealtimes, celebrating holidays, and setting limits. We’re always here to support your family.