Our Waldorf Programs

PlaySchool ~ 8:15 AM to 12:30 PM ~ Ages 2-4.75
FolkSchool ~ 8:15 AM to 12:30PM ~ Ages 4.75-7
Afternoon Art, Music, Crafting or Resting:
12:30pm-2:45pm ~ Ages 2-7
Inquire about 100% funding for homeschoolers. Click the "MORE INFORMATION" button and scroll through to read about our programs.

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Afternoon Art, Music, & Crafting (Naptime Available)

Dr. Rudolf Steiner once wrote something to the effect of ~ Joy in living, a love for all existence - such are among the life-long results of a right cultivation of the feeling for beauty, music and for art.

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Waldorf FolkSchool

Ages 4.75-7 years.
Our focus is on folk-crafts such as fiber arts, wood-working, broom-making, natural dyed silk, food preservation, natural doll-making, metal crafts, making healing balms, natural cough syrup & soothing salves, etc.

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Preserving Childhood

Our Waldorf programs offer one-of-a-kind (mostly) outdoor farm experiences for children of various ages. PlaySchool for the younger child ages 2-4.75 & FolkSchool/FarmSchool for children ages 4.75-7. Click on the "MORE INFORMATION" button and scroll down to read about our programs, including FolkSchool & ArtSchool for homeschooling families.

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Waldorf PlaySchool

Ages 4.75-7 years.
Our focus is on movement, social graces, emotional sturdiness, caring for Mother Earth’s plants & animals, caring for their friends and themselves. This is a huge task for the very young child and we invite any parent to observe how beautifully this happens here on the farm. As these wee-farmers grow, the become incredibly independent, self-sufficient, inquisitive, co-operative, creative and begin to take initiative.

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Sep 13 2017

BeeLoved Farm Waldorf School has been a member of WECAN (Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America) and the International Association of Waldorf/Steiner Early Childhood Association (IAWSEC) since August, 2017.

Cedar Springs Waldorf School developed the first Waldorf Early Childhood Program in El Dorado County to qualify for membership and join the WECAN Association. Now BeeLoved Farm Waldorf School, home of the original site of Cedar Springs Waldorf School in 1990, is proud to be the second Early Childhood Program in El Dorado County to qualify for membership with the Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America.

It has been lovely to share families, festivals, friends and teachers with Cedar Springs Waldorf School and we SO appreciate their continued dedication to the work and blessing of Waldorf Education in our community. May both programs continue to bring health and well-being to the children and families of El Dorado County.

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