The Bulletin

The Presence of Colorful Classrooms

Monday, January 2011

One of the most noticeable distinguishing markers of a Waldorf classroom is the complex profusion of colors, textures and imagery in the room. From the weekly watercolor paintings that adorn the walls to the students’ handwork, beeswax sculptures, and carefully crafted, self-authored, hand- illustrated textbooks, the Waldorf classroom is alive with evidence of the student’s creative process.

A Day in the life of a student…

Monday, January 2011

Students interact with each other outside of the building. Getting to play outdoors is an essential component of the child’s developmental growth. Dexterity, hand-eye coordination & balance, individual and group strategy games, running, and jumping—in fact all physical interactions—are essential components of social learning, child development and contextual communication literacy.

Welcome to Chicago Waldorf's sound of THUNDER!

Monday, January 2011

Welcome to the Chicago Waldorf School. The “sound of THUNDER” is our school’s weekly blog-based newsletter and focal point for information about school-related activities and messages. We are initiating this school community blogsite to share the local neighborhood and weekly school sponsored events and communications that allow our students, and their families to connect to the school and engage in its varied activities.

If you have questions about any of these events, or posts, please  contact Jason Greenberg at jgreenberg@chicagowaldorf.org

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