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Screen Free Week: My Family's Experience Pulling the Plug waldorf teacher Sarah Baldwin

Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Yearly: Following the Sun, not the clock! — Neens Reverie

Very cute and inspiring for teaching the days of the week!

Weekly activity rhythm . . . structure with so much flexibility works for this busy family of 5! We keep aprons on hand, and a cardboard portfolio for each child for each year. Right now we have a preK art one for my Mitte and a 6th Grade work one for my Ältest. They are cheap and hold so much!

KG2! Use family photos to encourage your children's storytelling. This is a wonderful way to prompt reluctant storytellers.

How do you integrate chores into your day to day? Here's a book reviewed on Curriculum Choice that offers some solid ideas for setting up the "everyday family chore system."

He presents his view that to protect 'childhood' we must understand how today's kids are different, far more anxious than in earlier eras.

Rhythm - so important in the life of a child!

Winter ~ Twelve Nights ~ Setting Intentions ~ What's Working? ~ "By focusing on the ways our family works right now, we’ve been able to unearth powerful anchors in our days and weeks from which to build new behaviors and routines upon."