Welcome to Waldorf in the Home!

Thumbnail image for First-Teacher-NewCover.jpgWhether or not your child is enrolled in a Waldorf school or program, it is possible to incorporate these insights into your home.  But where to start?

If you have young children, the third edition of You Are Your Child’s First Teacher is
the place to start in understanding child development from birth
through age six and bringing Waldorf/Steiner indications into your home.

And the LIFEWAYS
tab will connect you with the services and resources
provided by LifeWays North America and Joyful Toddlers–both invaluable
resources for anyone who cares for or about young children!

The BLOG is full of resources for parents who want to
~ inspire your parenting
~ transform home life with your children
~ deepen family life
~ or bring Waldorf principals into your homeschooling.

How to Use this Site:
FINDING ARTICLES: Use the search engine on the right–we have nearly 150 articles by Waldorf experts in their field. Follow our Blog for new information!

Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Rahima!.jpgA PERSONAL INVITATION FROM RAHIMA:
Discovering the insights of Rudolf Steiner and Waldorf education transformed my family life, starting when my children were 1-10 years old (they’re 32-42 now!). Since that time I’ve written and updated You Are Your Child’s First Teacher several times, helping tens of thousands of families. I’ve also worked closely with the development of the LifeWays approach for nurturing families and inspiring childcare, both as a founding board member and directing Rainbow Bridge LifeWays Program for 1-5 year olds in Boulder, CO from 2008-2012.

I want to personally invite you to take advantage of the articles and other resources contained on this site to nourish and inspire you in the adventure of parenting. And I’d love to hear from you  through CONTACT US !
Wishing you all the blessings,
Rahima Baldwin Dancy

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This blog by Faith Collins is filled with great suggestions for parenting your toddler. I highly recommend it, and not just because Faith is my daughter - Rahima

Visit Joyful Toddlers Blog