Thoughts on Reverence, by Belinda Kenwood

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From my head to my feet,I am the image of God.From my heart to my hands,I feel the breath of God.When I speak with my mouth,I follow God’s will.When I see God everywhere,In Mother, Father, in all dear people,In beast and flower, tree and stone,Then nothing brings fearBut love to all that is around me.                     …

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LifeWays on the National Stage

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    Bianca Lara, LifeWays graduate and director of A Child’s Garden of Thyme in San Diego county, has been selected to participate in Michelle Obama’s upcoming “Let’s Move America” campaign webinar.  The campaign is focused on reducing childhood obesity, and the webinars will serve as resources to childcare centers across America to help reduce screen-time, get …

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Math and Science in the Kindergarten Waldorf Early Childhood Settings

By Lisa Gromicko Steiner-based, early childhood settings abound with rich opportunities for the development of math and science concepts. This may be surprising to some who can easily see the beauty, language, and coziness of the Waldorf kindergarten, but not necessarily the mathematical or scientific side. A primary focus of Waldorf early childhood education is …

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Foundations for literacy, numeracy, honesty, integrity and lifelong learning

By Cynthia Aldinger, Founder and Director of LifeWays      Can daily life really be a curriculum?  Can little children truly be prepared for the rigors of academic life through play and through participation in practical activities of the household?  What are our ultimate goals, hopes, interests on behalf of our children and the children in our …

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