March Afterschooling Enrichment E-Book

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Four Full Weeks of Waldorf Crafting, Verses, Songs, Stories, Recipes, Caregiver Meditations, Adult Inner Work and Seasonal Celebrations

Please note this is a digital book.

The Afterschool Enrichment books follow the rhythm of a weekly theme with the flexibility that teachers, homeschoolers and afterschooling parents need to enrich their children's Waldorf learning experience at home or school.  These E-Books are filled to the rim with crafts, recipes, activities, stories and inner-work suggestions and they follow a weekly theme to keep your home or school following a seasonal rhythm.  They are not structured like classroom lesson plans, as they are meant to be used in addition to your older child's regular schooling during the day or for add-on ideas to our At-Home Kindergarten Guides.  

These Enrichment Guides are created to help parents, teachers and caregivers of all types create a healthy, rhythmic and peaceful home for their children.  These guides may be used with children attending traditional schools, Waldorf schools, private schools, childcare centers or with homeschooled children as an enrichment tool to extend their Little Acorn ‘Learning’.   

This March Enrichment Book Includes:

Week One, March
Fairies & Dragons, Magic

~Share an Old Story from the
Brothers Grimm with Your Children
~Enjoy Many Verses and Fingerplays to Sing to the Fairies and Dragons You Encounter
~Teach Your Child the Penny Whistle Using 'The Tooth Fairy' Song with both the Sheet Music and MP3 
to Listen to!
~Read About Why Fairies are so Active Right Before the Spring Equinox and Make Indoor and Outdoor 
Fairy Homes
~Create Dragon Eggs for Your Children and Go on a Dragon Hunt Adventure After they Hatch!
~Felt a BEAUTIFUL Fairy Home for Hours of Creative Play!
~Make an Embossed Dragon Box
~Enjoy a Special Fairy & Dragon Recipe
~Meditate on How to Create a Magical Life for You and Your Children

Week Two, March
The Season of Lent, Sacrifice

~Make Handcrafted Rose Windows to Celebrate this Sacred Time of Year
~Learn the History of Lenten and How Christians and Non-Christians Can Use this Time for Spiritual 
~Make Homemade Lenten Pretzels with Your Children
~Meditate on What Attachments You Need to Let Go of to Live the Life You Deserve
~Read Beautiful Poetry and Songs with Your Children
~Make a Giving Jar to Inspire Generosity in Your Home or School

Week Three, March
St. Patrick's Day, Luck

~Read How the Four Leaved Clover Became the Fairies' Plant
~Cook Delicious Shepherd's Pie With Your Family or Students
~Learn Songs and Fingerplays About Leprechauns, Luck and More!
~Go on a Four-Leaved Clover Hunt!
~Spend Time this Week in Silent Gratitude for All of Your Blessings in Life
~Make a St. Patty's Day Leprechaun Mobile
~Bake Irish Soda Bread from Scratch
~Create a Magical Leprechaun Party Outdoors

Week Four, March
Spring's Return, New Life

~Read Beautiful Spring Tales to The Children
~Learn about the Spring Equinox and It's Meaning
~Create Ostara Masks to Celebrate the Return of Spring
~Enjoy a Spring Puppet Play about The Little Plant
~Find Out what our Spring Blossom Recipe is All About!
~Reflect on Your True Gifts and Give Birth to a New You
~Create a Colorful Spring Wreath for Your Front Door
~Practice, Sing and Listen to the Crocuses Song with the Lovely Penny Whistle or Flute
~Make Eggshell Beeswax Candles for Your Nature Table
~Handcraft a Spring Nature Table Doll out of Beautiful Felt
~Create a Royal Toad Abode and Invite Spring Toads into Your Garden

Week Five, March
Rainbows, Creating Color

~Read Pretty Songs of Rainbows and Color to the Children
~Sing Songs of Fairies and Rainbows
~Make a Rainbow Butterfly Mobile
~Watercolor paint to the story of 'The Sunbeam's Visit'
~Make a Delicious and Healthy Snack 'Dipping the Rainbow' with Veggies
~Think About the Colors and Light in Your Home or Classroom
~Mediate on How You Can Best Serve Humanity and Show Your True Colors
~Make a Rainbow Crystal Ball
~Mix Up a Batch of Rainbow Playdough
~Use Natural Materials to Dye Fabrics