Saturdays – June 22 & June 29
Learn how to make a Waldorf style ‘Heavy Baby’ doll
Heavy Babies are bunting type dolls with simple facial features made with a combination of wool and millet stuffing. Great for the toddler and children who need extra sensory help.
June 3 to August 9
For preschool and incoming Grade 1 students: Outdoor play exploring water, mud, streams and sand castles. Free imaginative play, seasonal crafts, nature stories and circle games – in a beautifully prepared Waldorf environment.
Medieval Camp | Grade 2 to Grade 8
Medieval Camp is a summer tradition for many families in Tucson.
Explore life in the Middle Ages through storytelling, acting, circus arts, team-building, historical building techniques, crafts & musical expression including learning from an authentic bard.
Secrets & Treasures of our Landscape Camp | Grade 2 to Grade 8
Interactive, age-appropriate biodynamic & organic garden activities: tilling, planting, tending, and harvesting. Each day also includes storytelling, traditional crafts, artistic work and culinary experiences.
Last week Tucson Waldorf School’s Grade 5 traveled to Flagstaff to compete in the regional Pentathlon. This event is the culmination of Grade 5′s study of ancient civilizations – specifically Greece in its Golden Age. Sorted into ancient Greek city-states, they spend two days performing their personal best in discus, javelin, long jump and more. They performed with tremendous strength and grace.
Urban, biodynamic farm at Tucson Waldorf School
Grade 4 visits the biodynamic farm on the River Bend campus.
Planting, digging in the rich soil, harvesting and experiencing the wonder of the seed to table process is all part of the curriculum at Tucson Waldorf School.
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