What are Living Lessons?
Living Lessons are not an online school. Our goal is and always has been to assist the parent/teacher in their own classroom. We also feel it is important that the parent/teacher remains involved in the lessons to stay true to the Waldorf methods. So Living Lessons are a classroom assistant for you and a way for you to become a better teacher by having another teacher lead, guide, and inspire you. Here are some ways in which you may use the Living Lessons:
1. You are homeschooling multiple ages and need a virtual teacher now and then so you can offer each of your students individual attention.
2. You are looking for a virtual classroom experience with a Waldorf teacher.
3. You need a break now and then from homeschooling full time.
4. You want to enhance your own skill set by watching other teachers present Waldorf lessons.
5. You want to join a community of other parents experiencing Living Lessons with opportunities for your kids to connect with other kids in the program.
6. You are running a business or working from home and need a virtual teacher to help you homeschool.
7. You recently moved or are experiencing health challenges that make it hard to homeschool full time.
8. You are new to homeschooling and need a boost of confidence to start off your year.
9. You are new to Waldorf education.
10. You feel overwhelmed with the prospect of homeschooling or you have been forced into homeschooling by the pandemic and are feeling lost.
This listing includes the following Living Lessons:
Form Drawing Mini-Lessons with Waldorf Teacher Nicole
Running Form #1:Waves
Running Form #2: ‘Cat Ears’
Form Drawing Running Forms & Mirrored Forms
Vertical Mirrored Form Drawing
Figure 8 Form
Form Drawing Lesson: Curved Lines
Form Drawing Lesson: Make a Rainbow
Form Drawing Lesson: Making Little Loops (Prep for Handwriting)
Spring Geese: Running Form Drawing
Rectangles Form Drawing
‘Greek Key’ Form Drawing
Complete Form Drawing Block with Waldorf Teacher Mellie
Form Drawing for the First Grade: Lesson One: The Line
Form Drawing for the First Grade: Lesson Two: The Curved Line
Form Drawing for the First Grade: Lesson Three: Part 1: The Circle
Form Drawing for the First Grade: Lesson Three: Part 2: The Circle
Form Drawing for the First Grade: Lesson Four: Part 1: The Spiral
Form Drawing for the First Grade: Lesson Four: Part 2: The Spiral
Form Drawing for the First Grade: Lesson Four: Part 3: The Spiral
Form Drawing for the First Grade: Lesson Five: Running Lines
Form Drawing for the First Grade: Lesson Six: Mirrored Shapes
Form Drawing for the First Grade: Lesson Seven: Mirrored Shapes #2 and Final Lesson
Form Drawing Stories with Teacher Janet
Form Drawing Story Adaptions by Janet
Main Lesson Video 1: The Straight Line and the Curved Line Story
Main Lesson Video 2: Straight Line Form Drawing with the Stories: The Legend of the Flute & The Grain of Corn
Main Lesson Video 3: Curved Line Form Drawing with the Story: Invitation to the Banquet
The Basics of Form Drawing
A Straight Line and Curved Drawing Lesson
Form Drawing Movement and More: MLB Triangle & Square
Adapted Story of Saint George and the Dragon and Form Drawing: Part One
Adapted Story of Saint George and the Dragon and Form Drawing: Part Two
The Tree That Longed for Other Leaves and Form Drawing