Waldorf Talk: Waldorf and Steiner Education Inspired Ideas for Homeschooling for November and December (Waldorf Homeschoolers Series # 6)

Do You Wish You Had More Waldorf Curriculum and Ideas For November and December? This volume is filled with Waldorf Inspired ideas & inspiration for winter!


Do you have difficulty understanding seasonal festivals, daily rhythms and what a Waldorf home looks and feels like? Do you have challenges with your child’s behavior? Do you want more parental participation, but just don’t know how or where to begin? Do you run out of ideas or inspiration on your Waldorf journey?

˃˃˃ Here Is What You Will Gain From Reading This Book:
– ‘Tis the Season

– The Holidays

– Martinmas

– Martinmas Circle

– The Yule Festival

– Martin and the Poor Man

– We Give Thanks

– Peace and Joy

– Celebrating Winter Solstice

– Winter Solstice Celebrations

– Pippi’s Cookies (Pepparkakor)

– Here We Go a Wassailin’ Punch

– Memories: An Irish Christmas

– Good Old Fashioned Egg Nog

– Celebrating Chanukah

– Festival of Lights Recipes

– Ramadan: The Month of Fasting

– Christmas Eve and the Twelve Days of Christmas

– Sweet Bread for Yule Rituals

– Kwanzaa Celebrations

– Recipe for the Seventh Night

– Wise Women: Pages of Shared Wisdom

– Rebirth of the Sun

– Joseph – The Shepherds Play in Waldorf Schools

– Love in Action through Interest, Empathy, Caring & Kindness

˃˃˃ Who Needs To Read This Book?
– You are a Waldorf homeschooler who needs inspiration

– You have challenges with your child’s behaviors.

– You want to try something different but you don’t know where to start.

– You have secret feelings of doubt that maybe homeschooling is not for you.

– You need some ideas for simple crafts and activities to do with your child.

˃˃˃ The Time Is Now
Written from the heart and from over 20 years of experience in the Waldorf world, Kytka Hilmar-Jezek shares ideas, tips and wisdom gained from parenting three children in the Waldorf way, both homeschooling and unschooling as well as working at a Waldorf School. Waldorf Talk Volume One, Number 1 is the January and February edition of the Waldorf Community Exchange (known as WCE), a holistic journal for parents inspired by Waldorf Education, Homeschooling and Anthroposophy. It is a wonderful (and classic) edition for all Steiner or Waldorf inspired homeschoolers.


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Kytka Hilmar-Jezek is the author of over twenty five books that have changed the way people think about parenting, education, entrepreneurship, and natural healing. Kytka is listed in the Revolution in Education Hall of Fame and is a recipient of the Presidential Awards for Voluntary Work and the Presidential Awards for Community Work.
Her first book Reiki for Children came out in 2001 and remains the #1 bestselling book on Reiki for children worldwide. Practitioners the world over contact Kytka to tell her they use the book in teaching classes for kids.
Since Reiki for Children, Hilmar-Jezek has published three more healing books including Raw Food for Children, Eat the Light: The Raw Food Diet as a Spiritual Practice, The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Reiki, and The Rainbow Tower, a book explaining the Chakras to children.
She is passionate about education and has written School Sucks: How To Hack Your Child’s Education by Unschooling and Saying ‘No More’ to School,99 Questions and Answers About Unschooling and Born To Learn: Real World Learning Through Unschooling and Immersion. These books ignite a massive change in how we think about education, a fundamental shift in what it means to raise a child in the technological age.
Her Young Entrepreneur Series contains the most powerful form of inspiration — quotations — from leaders and entrepreneurs all over the world to inspire the next generation of thought leaders and game changers and includes Super Kids, Smart Kids, Strong Kids, Silly Kids, Savvy Kids, Secure Kids, Special Kids and Sure Kids.
Kytka’s Waldorf Homeschool Series includes Waldorf Talk Books 1-6 and The Waldorf Community Exchange. This series challenges you to parent from your heart and do work that matters. These books are based on the Waldorf School model of pedagogy. The series also includes Waldorf Resolutions for the New Year: 10 New Year’s Resolutions for a Waldorf Inspired Homeschooling Parent, The Waldorf Bread Book and The Ultimate Waldorf Resource Guide as well as a Spanish language book, Pegagogia Waldorf.
She also wrote Book Power: A Platform for Writing, Branding, Positioning & Publishing to help business owners, young entrepreneurs, thought leaders as well as ordinary people write and publish their books and make a difference while earning residual royalty incomes. She teaches writing and publishing to youth and senior groups all over the country and works one on one with entrepreneurs on getting seen and recognized for success.
In addition to her writing and speaking, Kytka has worked alongside numerous midwives and Dr. Paul Fleiss as a Certified Childbirth Educator, Labor Assistant and Birth Advocate. Kytka is also a Dr. of Naturopathy, Ordained Minister, Reverend, S.O.U.L. Clinic Counselor and Doctor of Philosophy in Religion. She was founder and CEO of Hedgehog Farms, Enchanted Fairy Dreams, W.I.S.H. (Waldorf Inspired Students at Home), the Hip Hammock (baby carrier), Waldorf Homeschoolers, The Waldorf Community Exchange and sat on the Advisory Board and as a Trustee at Three Cedars Waldorf School where she was one of the founding parents.
Kytka Hilmar-Jezek does not fail to educate, inspire, and provoke her readers. She continues to add interesting books that do a good job of bringing up controversial and thought-provoking subjects relating to health & wellness, parenting, spirituality, and education.
Kytka is the founder and CEO of Distinct Press, Legacy Book Press and Romantic Fiction Press, three publishing houses she founded to publish and promote books in multiple genres and across different platforms. When she is not busy globe-trotting and writing with her children, she enjoys preserving old photographs for The Photo Vault.
Learn more about Kytka at her website at http://www.Kytka.us;