Living Arts Weekly: Winter Circle Song

January 26, 2020

When the human being hears music, he has a sense of wellbeing, because these tones harmonize with what he has experienced in the world of his spiritual home.”  — Rudolf Steiner

“Mark your steps with your feet.

In the white snow, deep, so deep.

Little holes, bigger holes,

Watch where you go!”

This fun and lively song is part of an entire circle full of winter delight.  Jaimmie Stugard, music teacher in the WI LifeWays training and KinderHouse preschool teacher/director at LifeWays Early Childhood Center in Milwaukee, WI welcomed us with open arms to join her morning circle time and story time with the children.  I loved how engaged the children were throughout the entire circle and story!  Today we are sharing just a glimpse, but subscribers to our winter edition of Living Arts Through the Seasons will enjoy the entire circle and story time in the February lesson.  There is still time to sign up for the winter season and enjoy three months worth of activities, recipes, articles, stories and songs to chase the winter doldrums away.  Click the box below for more information.

It’s about this time during the winter in the colder climates that we begin to feel cabin fever.  Sharing children’s delight in the snow is sure to raise your spirits. Go out and enjoy the winter weather, sing songs about it, enjoy stories about it, and cozy up by the fire.  Embrace the season!

Your Living Arts Weekly blog editor,

Mary O’Connell

Living Arts Through the Seasons – Winter 2019-20