I couldn’t resist sharing these verses with you because using verses throughout the day is a simple and easy way to have more joyful days with your child. When you connect using verses, you’ll also find that it’s much more effective than calling out a command or demand.
In the Waldorf approach, the first seven years is looked upon as a distinct phase, a time when vital foundations for the whole of life are laid down. Opportunities for healthy development missed at this stage are hard to replace later in life.
When Rhythm becomes a habit and a way that we organize our day then the activities that take place during the day are accepted as self-evident. This will eliminate many struggles and challenges with your child from transitions, to bedtime as well as being able to follow your guidance.