Personality based on the Four Temperaments (Though I think the way it works is stability is when you are near the middle of the circle.)

“ Eysenck is especially well-known for his classification of personality-types. He divided people into four broad types: Extrovert-Stable, Extrovert-Unstable, Introvert-Stable and Introvert-Unstable. These types are fairly self-apparent in our daily.

This site has great math projects.

Can differentiate with double digits (double digit by double digit multiplication or even fractions). This site has great math projects. This can be done with nails in a board and colored yarn. Makes a great pricture too.

Remembering & Forgetting; and the Twelve Senses ⋆ Waldorf-Inspired Learning

Remembering & Forgetting; and the Twelve Senses

and the Twelve Senses according to Rudolf Steiner. We want to nourish all of these senses as we make our Waldorf homeschooling plans. Read about the twelve senses at the Steiner Cafe.

4 temperaments (waldorf) more info http://waldorfparents.blogspot.com/search?updated-min=2010-01-01T00:00:00-08:00=2011-01-01T00:00:00-08:00=11

Four Temperaments: Take the Test & Discover your Termperament

Whistler Waldorf School Mr. Ragland's (grade 1 and 2 class teacher) beautiful chalk board drawing of the November lantern walk

Ragland's (grade 1 and 2 class teacher) beautiful chalk board drawing of the November lantern walk Más

Waldorf ~ 5th grade ~ Botany ~ Hibiscus ~ Parts of Flower ~ chalkboard drawing

Waldorf ~ grade ~ Botany ~ Hibiscus ~ Parts of Flower ~ chalkboard drawing

Waldorf ~ 5th grade ~ Ancient India ~ Buddha under the Bodhi Tree ~ chalkboard drawing

Age 11 ~ Ancient India ~ Buddha under the Bodhi Tree ~ chalkboard drawingClick the link now to find the center in you with our amazing selections of items ranging from yoga apparel to meditation space decor!

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