Coherence between life at school and at home is essential to a child’s well-being.

Here are a few resources for parents who want to better understand the basics of the Steiner-Waldorf educational approach.

Articles and resources for parents of the École Rudolf Steiner de Montréal (grades 1 to 8)

Learning to write
The wax paving stone as an introduction to writing
Learning to read
  • We love Waldorf! But what about late reading? Literacy in Waldorf education
  • A unique way to teach math
  • Rethinking the teaching of mathematics
  • The role of art in teaching all subjects
  • Rudolf Steiner on the role of art in education
  • The brightness of classroom walls
  • Lazure: walls of living color
  • The impact of screens on children’s health
  • Media, memory and children’s health
  • The Waldorf approach to technology education
  • Computer education in Waldorf schools

Understanding the Ubiquity of Watercolor Throughout the Curriculum

An in-depth study of watercolor painting in the Waldorf curriculum, including beautiful examples. How to paint with different ages and levels, from preschool to high school.

Understanding the Art of Eurythmy 

Thanks to eurythmy, the author shows how the Waldorf program can become a full, colorful tapestry, full of life. The development of the child from preschool to primary and secondary school is at the forefront of his work, and forms the basis of all the exercises.