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    "Waldorf Homeschooling: How to Choose a Curriculum - YouTube -- Sarah Baldwin, Waldorf educator and owner of Bella Luna Toys http://www.BellaLunaToys.com, reviews some of the more popular curriculum packages for Waldorf homeschoolers, and offers suggestions on choosing a quality educational program." compares Live Education, Oak Meadows, and Christopherus; she also suggests that kids who are preschool & little do not need curriculum they just need to be involved in daily life

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