Nevada Sage Waldorf School Parent-Child classes are centered on group play sessions. Small groups come together in an environment that is safe, cognitively challenging and emotionally nurturing for the children and peaceful and supportive for the adults. During the play sessions, adults quietly observe their children explore as the facilitator models when and how to intervene. Discussion topics during this observation time often include reading your child’s cues and signals and how to respond; fostering social skills; understanding physical and intellectual development; and the need for safe environments and consistent boundaries. Parents and caregivers are encouraged to bring up topics for discussion, which might include the importance of rhythms and routines in family life, supporting good nutrition, and healthy sleep habits for the family.
Families enrolled in this six week session leave each gathering feeling creatively inspired, connected with other families, recognized and supported by the Waldorf community, and energized and empowered to trust the unfolding processes of parenting and childhood.
We look forward to meeting you and your child and beginning to explore the beauty of Waldorf education. We welcome all families, in all their diversity.
New series – TBD
Please let us know if you are interested in future classes. Fill out the form below and we will contact with new dates and times.
(Pre-Walkers and Pregnant Moms)
(New Walkers – Age 3)