Our Parent-Child classes meet in a dedicated classroom in our lower school. The classes evolve according to the children’s changing needs—from gentle songs for babies to emotional support in first social interactions of toddlers. The classes are intentionally small and carefully grouped by age.
Rudolf Steiner School’s experienced and nurturing teachers create a loving and safe environment for your 3-36 month olds to engage in free, self-initiated play. Simple toys made of natural materials, such as wood and wool, allow children to deeply explore their senses and capacities. Activities include bread baking, learning songs, and finger games to enliven children’s imagination.
Adults will find a welcoming environment to share questions and insights about their children and their own development as parents. Conversations and observations invite parents to reflect on ways to navigate parenting with care and respect for children and themselves, and to nourish and strengthen their family life.