Preschool & K
updated September 12, 2015

I would define Preschool as roughly age 2-5, whereas Kindergarten I see as more age 5-6.

First Grade in Waldorf education comes when the child demonstrates certain physiological signs, not with a birthday, so be sure to look at the Class 1 page for more information.

New Preschool Program

"I have heard Waldorf is wonderful and I really want to try it with my young child, but I don't know anything about it. I'm really just learing. Where do I begin?"

Having been doing Waldorf for over four years, I have new and different ideas about how to go about it from the way I began; however, I am keeping my old curriculum on the site as well as many families find it useful in their transition to Waldorf.

For my old lesson plans, including 6 week units and newsletter topics, see the links to the left.

For my new list of the essential books & supplies and how to go about "homeschooling" with Waldorf for ages 2 and up, please click here: New Preschool Program.

Old Preschool Program

These were my personal lesson plans as my children and I transitioned into Waldorf. I offer them here in case they are helpful to other families going through the same process but they are merely suggestions and NOT a prescription. Feel free to substitute books and activities based on what you have at home. Click here, or use the links to the left, to see the Old Preschool Program.


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