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Festivals and Holidays

6 Winter Waldorf Festivals to Celebrate in December

Advent The period beginning four Sundays before Christmas that is observed by most Christians in preparation for the celebration of Christmas Day. In Waldorf homes, Advent is recognized by representing the kingdoms of our planet each Sunday:The first Sunday of Advent we recognize minerals and stones.The second Sunday of Advent we recognize the plant kingdom.The …

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Celebrate St. Lucia Day on December 13th

Another beautiful festival we love to celebrate at Little Acorn Learning is St. Lucia Day. This year it falls this Thursday. Always on December 13th.  Each one of our December books gives sweet ways to celebrate this special day in your home or school. Our December Childcare Book (Ages 3-6, Schools & Families) includes songs, …

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Show Us Your Halloween Doorstep and Win a Free Ebook!

Happy Halloween! Did you decorate your home for today’s holiday? Show us a simple photo of your Halloween Doorstep and enter to win a FREE ebook of your choice from LittleAcornLearning.com! Here’s how: 1. Take a photo of your Halloween Doorstep 2. Post it on Instagram 3. Mention Little Acorn Learning and tag two friends …

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Natural Gift Giving for the Holidays

This is a repost of an article I wrote back in 2007 that has been published in various print magazines and online publications. The three little girls in the photo below are now 17, 14 and 12 but the message still stands true! You are free to share it, just please keep the byline with …

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The Feast of Saint Francis

The Feast Day of St. Francis of Assisi is today, October 4th.   Photo by Cindy Wallach with Permission Legends of St. Francis describe him as a gentle and generous man who loved and protected animals. He was said to be able to connect religion with nature and find the Divine in all living things. …

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