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Waldorf classrooms make me melt....seriously being in one was about one of the happiest I have ever felt.

More about Waldorf and the use of natural materials and toys in this blog post "Waldorf Education in a Nutshell" at Moon Child blog. We're chatting about this at Montessori Moms on Pinterest Facebook group! Won't you join us? http://www.facebook.com/groups/561954717165412/

Perfect example of well organized building materials. Here you have a great combination of natural wood blocks and loose parts from the environment with just the right amount of variety and quantity so as not to overwhelm and still encourage sharing and collaboration without limiting creativity and innovation.

Water play under a beautiful pergola. http://www.infinite-edge.co.uk/projects/detail/childs-play-outdoor-play-and-learning-space

Madison Childrens’ Museum | The Kubala Washatko Architects, Inc. ≈≈ http://pinterest.com/kinderooacademy/provocations-inspiring-classrooms/

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Discover Waldorf Education: From Playing to Thinking

This is a Waldorf Kindergarten Classroom. Waldorf Education is a humanistic approach to learning, and I am interested in learning more about it as I continue on my journey in early childhood education.