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{Help Your Child Start a Gratitude Journal} I love the idea of doing one with pictures with the girls...

Waldorf traditions for birthdays

Create simple invitations to help engage your children in meaningful experiences.

festival wheel: this concept could be great for mapping out the liturgical year!

Celebrate the arrival of spring with this Waldorf tradition: The Appearance of The Root Children

Solvej Baby/Toddler Swing - Soft Linen. Made in New Zealand. Beautiful craftsmanship! For children 6 mos to 6 years.

Traditionally, on your child's first birthday, you place one candle on the ring and fill the rest of the holes with figures. On each consecutive birthday, you replace one figure with a candle. Place the unused figures in the center of the ring to signify the child's previous years. Finally, on the twelfth or sixteenth year (depending on the ring you choose), the ring will be fully illuminated. . . . You may choose to create your own variations on this tradition, perhaps placing figures

Stained glass Advent Calendar made from tissue paper...and I still have my my All Year Round book!

Fathers Day or Dads Birthday - Have your kids complete every year to see how their views on dad change