Archive for 'Food & Cooking'
Recipes for Candlemas
The main element of your decorating scheme for Candlemas is fairly obvious: candles. You can gather all the candles in your home in one room and light them from one central candle. Candlemas is one of [...]
Salty Halloween Roots
Before the invention of refrigeration, meat was usually pickled in brine or smoked to preserve it over the winter months. This is where we developed our taste for ham, bacon and salami. In winter the pastures [...]
The Hungry Dragon – An Autumn Story & Pancakes!
Ask Kytka Archives: November 11, 1999 Q: Do you have any ideas for the festivals of Michaelmas & Martinmas. They come so close together. A: Our friend Renee was kind enough to share this story and [...]
A Child’s Food for Life
Ehrenfried Pfeiffer’s asked Rudolf Steiner why people today appear unable to develop and act according to all they learn and seem to know. Steiner replied: “This is a problem of nutrition.” In Waldorf schools worldwide, there [...]
Cultivating Gratitude & Reverence In Children
Cultivate Mindfulness. This page has several verses we used for Blessings and mealtime. But before I share those… some thoughts: Cultivate Mindfulness. See gratitude as a daily practice. In pictures, words and songs, let children express [...]
The Little Hobgoblin: A Halloween Story
Perfect Halloween story for my little one! Thank you!
I landed here on my quest for direction in the education of our 3-year
Having the Faith to Let Go!
I just love it. full of humour, and your reason for home schooling bei
Making a Painting Board for Wet-on-Wet Painting
This looks great, but just a thought is it easy to find Masonite wood
Five Reasons to Stop Saying "Good Job!"
I am a parent of Waldorf educated children and I found your post Inter