Parent Child Class
Our parent-child class offers a relaxed way to introduce you and your young child to the nurturing and rich developmental approach to Waldorf education and philosophy.
We welcome children 1 to 3 years and their parents/caregivers to come and enjoy a home-like environment while exploring the world through movement, play and songs.
Our class consists of circle time, puppet play, plenty of free play for the children, while the parents/caregivers will learn about Waldorf philosophy to support them on their parenting journey. We will work on small projects, such as bread making, painting or preparing a delicious snack together. During the 8 weeks we will explore the topics of Rhythm, Imitation, Nourishment & Sleep, Family Culture and more. Additionally participants will receive a weekly newsletter with reading materials, book recommendations, ideas for play, recipes and other helpful sources of inspiration for life at home.
7-week Spring session; cost $390
April 24th - June 5th 2023
For beginning walkers to 3 years with parent(s) or caregiver(s)
9:30 - 11:30am on Monday at 749 39th Ave ( at Hummingbird preschool)
Gathering & Circle Time
We will gather, sing songs and do some light movement together.
Each week we will work on a small project together like bread or yogurt making. Our project will be structured in a way that you can work together with your child.
During the 8 weeks we will explore weekly an age relevant topic as a study guide into Waldorf Early Childhood parenting and education.
Children and their parents/caregivers will enjoy a short seasonal puppet show.
Snack & Discussion
At the end of the class we will enjoy a nourishing snack and have time for discussions, ideas and questions.
If you are interested in joining the parent-child class for the Spring session please use the contact form below or email directly Ana Kamin ( firstname.lastname@example.org)
Please indicate how many children will attend and the ages of the children.
The Parent Child Class is facilitated by Ana Kamin, a Hummingbird parent and teacher in training at The Bay Area Center for Waldorf Teacher Training.
Ana got introduced to Waldorf education when her son started at Hummingbird in 2020 and ever since she has been immersed in the Waldorf community. She has assisted at Hummingbird, as well as San Francisco Waldorf school. She is currently on the path of becoming a certified Waldorf teacher.