Join us for our
5th Annual May Faire
Saturday, May 11th
11-5pm at Windmill Park in Cornville
History of Rome and the Middle Ages; reading; grammar; composition; business English; geometric drawing; business math, beginning to work with formulae and percents; geography of the hemisphere and poles; meteorology; astronomy; physics; music ensembles; woodworking; handwork; Spanish; physical education6th Grade
Ancient civilizations through Greece; reading, grammar and composition; freehand geometric drawing; arithmetic, including decimals; geography of the United States; science through descriptive study of plants; exotic animals; singing; recorder playing; strings and wind instruments; 4-needle knitting; woodworking; Spanish; physical education including participation in the regional Waldorf Greek Olympic games.
Norse mythology; reading; grammar/composition; form drawing; arithmetic, fractions; Arizona history and geography; science through descriptive morphology of animals; singing; recorder playing; stringed instruments; cross-stitching; Spanish; physical education.
World cultural and creation stories including Old Testament and Native American stories; reading and writing (cursive); grammar; form drawing; arithmetic, measurements, practical studies of farming, house building, craftsmanship; science through practical studies; recorder playing; singing; sewing; Spanish; physical education; gardening, and violin lessons in the 2nd half of the year.
Registration is led by the Admissions Chairperson. It is the purpose of this person to review new student applications in conjunction with the Business-Administration and teacher. To ensure that our specialized curriculum and program are suitable for each individual, we follow a four step process:
Legends of animals and exemplary people; reading and writing; form drawing; arithmetic; science through nature stories/experiences; singing; recorder playing; crocheting; Spanish; physical education.
Fairy and folk tales; writing the upper and lower case alphabet; foundations of word formation and reading; form drawing; arithmetic (intro to the four processes: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division); science through nature stories/experiences; singing; recorder playing; knitting; Spanish; physical education
Waldorf-inspired schools recognize that the young child learns primarily through imitation and example. Great care is taken to provide an environment that brings nurturing guidance and cooperation into the child's world of imagination and fantasy. The week is rhythmically structured to include storytelling and puppetry, creative work and play, singing and creative movement, games and finger plays, crafts, art activities, and fairy tales.
Please be at your bus stop on time and be aware times may vary due to unforeseen circumstances
West Sedona – Location: St Andrew’s Episcopal Church on 100 Arroyo Pinon Dr which is across from Dry Creek Rd.
Full day 4:05 pm