Waldorf Education Posts

“Prometheus: The Fire-Bringer”

“Prometheus: The Fire-Bringer” performed by Ms. Barber’s 5th/6th Grade Class On Wednesday, May 30, our 5th/6th-grade class got the opportunity to become Greek Gods and Goddesses!  They performed the play “Prometheus: The Fire-Bringer.”  The students also played stringed instruments before, during and after the performance and capped off the night with a Greek dance in […]

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Evans Creek Field Trip

by Amy Kopald, 1st/2nd Grade Teacher Ms. Kopald’s class field trip to Evans Creek last Friday was a wonder-filled experience. We started out our day down by the creek and acted out the story of “Nkosnati and the Dragon.” This African tale is about a brave boy who takes on a dragon which appears every rainy […]

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St. Jerome & the Lion

Ms. Jackson’s 2nd/3rd grade students performed St. Jerome & Lion on April 28 for families and friends. This spring performance is a play for second grade by William Ward, adapted for Nevada Sage Waldorf School. Cast and Crew Brothers, Sisters, Jerome, John, Lion, Merchants, Donkey, Chorus Saint Jerome Elliot Bax, Lion Ulysses Anderson, Donkey Desiree Edmonston, Brother 1 […]

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May Faire Festival 2017

Nevada Sage Waldorf School celebrated its 14th Annual May Faire Festival over the weekend at Bartley Ranch Regional Park.This festival welcomes the return of spring – the rebirth and growth of new plant life, the lengthening of the day light hours, and the strengthening force of the sun. May Faire is our largest celebration of […]

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The Spiraling Waldorf Curriculum

The Spiraling Waldorf Curriculum by Nicole Fields, Sacramento Waldorf School Teacher Here’s a wonderful video that breaks down the Waldorf curriculum presented by Waldorf teacher, Nicole Fields from Sacramento Waldorf School. Synopsis “Rudolf Steiner designed the curriculum not to be a linear experience for the student, instead he designed it as a spiral in which […]

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The Snow

The Snow Poem by F. Ann Elliot The snow, in bitter cold, Fell all the night; And we awoke to see The garden white. And still the silvery flakes go whirling by, White feathers fluttering  From a grey sky. Beyond the gate, soft feet in silence go, Beyond the frosted pane White shines the snow.

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