Life with Kids at a Waldorf School

IMG_1055A buddhist mom living in the Twin Cities of Minnesota, with a 3rd grader in online school and a pre-schooler in montessori.

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Some of my favorite school related resources

MinnCan

TouchPress – specifically the Atlas App.

 

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Please be advised, this purpose of this blog is to depict our experiences alone, and foster discussion. Critique and criticism, (especially well written) will always be accepted, however, judgmental, rude and nasty comments will not be posted. Thank you for your understanding.

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6 Comment(s)

  1. Katharine Trauger

    October 31, 2012 at 7:03 am

    Good morning!
    I love your approach. My children were totally nervous in ps, but I did not recognize it until they came home and changed into different children in a week or two!
    I’ve found a bit of online info about snow hurricanes that is geared toward children and thought I’d find places to pass it along. Check it out:

    http://katharinetrauger.wordpress.com/2012/10/30/last-snowing-hurricane/

    and if you like it, pass it along to any other homeschoolers you know. It’s really amazing. And no strings attached. Simply copypaste, if you want.

    Have a great day!



  2. Katharine Trauger

    October 31, 2012 at 9:56 am

    Hmm.About the same, here, in s. AR. Amazing.



    • The Composed Mother

      October 31, 2012 at 9:58 am

      The summer is usually in the 90’s with high humidity, and the average in late January to early February is usually around 0, it’s the windchill that gets you.



      • Katharine Trauger

        October 31, 2012 at 10:03 am

        Oh, I think the spring and fall are about equal, everywhere, but the winters and summers tell all! Our summer, last year, was around 120, daily, for months. This summer, around 110. Those were unusual for us, but I know our winters are so mild, hardly ever below 0 for the LOW, and that just for one or two nights. 😉
        I do know about windchill. Used to live in n. MO, where we’d cringe to think we might get a taste of YOUR conditions. 😆



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