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Introduction to Waldorf Early Childhood Education

Virtual

Join us for a journey in Waldorf early childhood education! Guided by experienced educators, you'll explore child development, play, rhythms, transitions, and the teacher's inner growth. Experience activities in circle time, handwork, art, and movement. This comprehensive course, a Sunbridge summer favorite, has launched many early childhood careers

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Future Paths in Anthroposophy

Threefold Auditorium 260 Hungry Hollow Road, Chestnut Ridge, NY, United States

Join us for a discussion on potential future pathways for the life of Anthroposophy, introduced by Ezra Sullivan.

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Plant Dye Café: Indigo, Black Walnut, and Cutch

The Fiber Craft Studio 275 Hungry Hollow Rd, Chestnut Ridge, NY, United States

Bring your fiber, textile, or clothing item to the Studio to dye. Indigo, black walnut, and cutch dye pots will be ready for you. The price is $3/ounce (8 ounces maximum for indigo). Natural fibers only, please.

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Introduction to Waldorf Early Childhood Education (In Person)

Sunbridge Institute, 285 Hungry Hollow Road, Chestnut Ridge, NY, 10977, United States 285 Hungry Hollow Rd, Chestnut Ridge, NY, United States

Join us for a wondrous journey in Waldorf early childhood education! Guided by experienced educators, you'll explore child development, rhythms, transitions, play, and the teacher's inner growth. Experience circle time, handwork, art, and movement in this comprehensive course, a Sunbridge summer favorite, launching many early childhood careers.

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Approaching Grade Three

Virtual

Taught remotely, this five-day course offers presentations, discussions, and practical activities to prepare for third grade. Guided by an experienced teacher, you'll learn to enliven your teaching, approach blocks meaningfully, and understand child development during the nine-year change.

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Approaching Grade Four

Virtual

Taught remotely, this five-day course focuses on preparing for the fourth grade school year with presentations, discussions, and practical activities. Guided by an experienced teacher, you'll learn to enliven your teaching and understand fourth graders deeply. Topics include language arts, geography, Norse mythology, zoology, and classroom management, supported by art and music explorations.

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Approaching Grade One

Virtual

Join this five-day remote course to prepare for teaching first grade with engaging presentations, discussions, and activities. Learn about child development, enlivening lessons, block planning, and classroom management. Topics include letters, numbers, science, social studies, art, and music. Build connections with colleagues and receive electronic resources. Suitable for those with a Waldorf education background.

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Approaching Grade Five

Virtual

Join this five-day remote course to prepare for teaching fifth grade with engaging presentations, discussions, and practical activities. Learn to enliven your teaching, approach lessons meaningfully, and understand child development at the cusp of adolescence. Key topics include language arts, ancient cultures, math, botany, geography, and the pentathlon. Build connections with colleagues and access electronic resources.

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Earth Keepers: A Farm and Garden Class for Ages 6-14

The Pfeiffer Center Garden , United States

Come learn all about the farm and the garden and your part in taking care of the earth. Activities include seasonal tasks, relating to the everyday work on the farm, including animal chores and all aspects of caring for the plants in the garden.

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Farming in Community: A Weekly Class Open to Everyone

The Pfeiffer Center Garden , United States

This weekly farm class welcomes all abilities and levels of experience to the garden; work together to accomplish daily tasks on the farm while learning how to grow food and care for the animals as a community. Great for families, those with diverse abilities along with their caregivers, and independent adults.

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Opening the Future: Questions of Community

Threefold Auditorium 260 Hungry Hollow Road, Chestnut Ridge, NY, United States

Join us for a weekend of exploring the spiritual striving of youth, as well as intergenerational conversation, biography work, eurythmy, speech, biodynamics, and painting.

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The Path of the New Mysteries

Threefold Auditorium 260 Hungry Hollow Road, Chestnut Ridge, NY, United States

Does Anthroposophy have a future? This question seems to have been very much alive for Rudolf Steiner in the weeks leading up to the Christmas Foundation Meeting. Was it this question that inspired his decision to inaugurate the esoteric work of the School for Spiritual Science? He knew that it was only through an esoteric deepening that new life could flow into the spiritual work and allow anthroposophical practice to bear fruit in the world.

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Practical Training in Biodynamics

The Pfeiffer Center Garden , United States

Learn and practice biodynamic agriculture on the oldest biodynamically stewarded and cultivated land in North America. Richly embedded within the Threefold Community in Spring Valley, NY, The Pfeiffer Center’s one-year, part-time practical training enables farmers and gardeners of any variety and experience level to put Rudolf Steiner’s agriculture lectures into practice.

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260 Hungry Hollow Road,
Chestnut Ridge, NY 10977

Phone: 845.352.5020

Fax: 845.352.5071

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