For parents, these workshops are a gateway to Waldorf education. For children, they are the first steps towards socialization. Parent-child workshops are based on the Waldorf daycares rhythm, to ensure a smooth transition.
The workshops are :
- a time for parents to meet and share
- an opportunity to observe children in a social space using Waldorf education
- an opportunity to learn how to make handmade toys for children
Promoting children's overall development
At our parent-child workshops, children play freely while parents make small toys. Together, they explore movement and dexterity games, and develop the art of speech by singing and reciting seasonal rhymes. These activities encourage the development of coordination, imagination, language and a sense of rhythm. The morning concludes with a shared snack and a moment of outdoor play.
For more information, contact Admissions.
Workshops are held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, from 9:30 a.m. to noon.
Fall session: September 12 to November 9
No classes the week of October 23
Winter session: January 9 to February 29
Spring session: March 12 to May 9
No classes the week of April 1