Eurythmy

Unique to Waldorf Schools
Eurythmy helps children become more imaginative, graceful, coordinated, alert, and at ease within themselves; it also greatly enhances spatial orientation, peripheral perception, and awareness of others.
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Form Drawing

Unique to Waldorf Schools
Form drawing enhances one’s ability to concentrate, strengthens spatial orientation and eye-hand coordination, and helps with sequencing and tracking for writing and reading.
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Drama

Every grade performs a class play each year, with the subject arising from the curriculum of the main lesson. 
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Handwork and Practical Arts

Coordination, patience, perseverance, and imagination are developed through practical work.
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Humanities

By living in various cultures through their legends and literature students gain flexibility and an appreciation for the diversity of humankind.
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Mathematics

The teaching of mathematics begins in the first grade with the four arithmetical processes and continues through algebra and solid geometry in eighth grade.
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Music

Music permeates life in the Waldorf school through a curriculum designed to develop the innate musicality with which every child is born.
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Physical Education

Students play games and sports which improve coordination, balance, and rhythm.
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Reading

In Waldorf schools the goal of reading instruction is to establish a joyful and living experience of language.
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Recess

Recess is an integral part of the rhythm of every day―an "out breath" to the "in breath" of academic study.
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Science

The Sciences are taught experientially: the teacher sets up an experiment, calls upon the students to observe carefully, ponder and discuss, and then allows them to discover the resulting law, formula, or principle.
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Visual Arts

The visual arts are infused into nearly every academic subject in the Waldorf curriculum through varied techniques including drawing, painting, and clay modelling. 
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World Languages

Spanish & German
Learning a new language strengthens the ability to listen to another person, to follow and grasp the other person’s spoken and unspoken intentions.
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