A young child’s brain, it has been said, is the most efficient and powerful learning machine in existence, hardwired to identify and categorize differences between itself and the world around it. This early intelligence is perhaps most significant in the area of communication: babies as young as six months can recognize a discrepancy between a • Read More »
Perhaps some of you may have been lucky enough to experience the wonders of Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony as performed by a live orchestra, with the sounds filling the hall, your very being able to feel the music as well as hear it. More of us might of had the experience of being moved to tears • Read More »
Seacoast Waldorf School’s Holiday Faire has a reputation for not only having some of the Seacoast area’s most talented artisans but also for being a fun event for the whole family! And this year we are adding the Crystal Cave, puppet shows, and candle dipping!!! Come and peruse the beautiful offerings from over 30 local • Read More »
Grade Three has just returned from our week-long adventure to the farm program at Kroka (www.kroka.org), but we hadn’t even pulled out of the farm driveway before they were already asking for more. Kids who are tired, dirty, wet/cold, and missing the comforts of home…asking for more! In my estimation, that makes the experience a • Read More »
Preparations are well underway for the Seacoast Waldorf School’s Annual Holiday Faire on December 8 from 10-3 (visit The Seacoast Waldorf School Holiday Faire on Facebook for more information). Even the students are preparing by creating items in Handwork Class for the school to sell at their Community Table! Including them in this way teaches • Read More »
Rose Ceremony: A Teacher’s Perspective The beginning of the school year is very exciting, but no child is more excited or perhaps more anxious than a first grader. Leaving the security and familiarity of the Kindergarten by entering into “the grades” can be daunting. In Waldorf Schools we treasure the opportunity to celebrate those transition • Read More »
At Seacoast Waldorf School’s Summer Program children experience old time backyard fun…the way summers used to be. This summer we are offering three weeks of joyful outdoor play in our beautiful playgrounds and surrounding woods. Let your child sing, dig, climb, build, explore, splash and play, play, play! These activities are offered in a relaxed • Read More »
All three Seacoast Waldorf School teams that competed in the regional Odyssey of the Mind tournament have advanced to the state finals on April 7th.
Have you ever wondered how a Waldorf School works? Please join Seacoast Waldorf School on January 9 from 9 – 10:15 am for a chance to observe 1st through 8th grade faculty and their students during Main Lesson time, the heart of the Waldorf academic day. Visiting the school while in session offers a glimpse • Read More »
Save the Date! Join Seacoast Waldorf School for an enchanting morning at our annual Fairytale Morning! This is a FREE event for children birth to 7 years old. We will have a variety of activities: children’s musician KB Whirly, Castle Dress Up Room, Fire breathing craft, “The Frog Prince” puppet show, and refreshments!