Weaving naturally

Outdoor weaving, so cool - weaving is so much more than wool, or silk or those fibers that we buy at our favorite knitting shop. Fiber can be, and is, found everywhere . I love this outdoor weaving with wonderful fibers found in nature!

Branch weaving instructable - fun nature activity for crafty and creative kids that just uses yarn

Branch Weaving

Branch weaving instructable - fun nature activity for crafty and creative kids that just uses yarn. We could also make bigger looms and use t-shirts and make rugs.

I like the lace sails best.

~Cottage Decor, Cake Toppers, Gifts or Favors~ Beautiful beyond compare! Stunning driftwood sailboats with textiles of times past.

Bimanual Circles on the Chalkboard The goal of this activity is to develop or enhance integration of the right and left sides of the body. Click this link; https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=848626855161056&set=o.397312216947152&type=2&theater

Bimanual Circles on the Chalkboard. Visual motor activity requiring coordination of both UE

Waldorf ~ 1st grade ~ Math ~ Four Processes ~ Addison, Multi, Subastian and Divida introduce themselves over the course of the math block. Through the antics of each of these delightful characters, the class began to explore numbers in new ways. The children then begin working with all four math processes without naming the processes as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Instead, the processes are allowed to live with them for awhile as the characteristics of the gnomes.

In honor of the Math Gnomes having arrived in the first grade – we thought it would be interesting to take a quick look at some of the creative ways Mathematics is taught in our Waldorf school throughout.

Whatcom Hills Waldorf School I drew one similar to this at Gaia Waldorf School in Cape Town

Whatcom Hills Waldorf School I drew one similar to this at Gaia Waldorf School in Cape Town

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