In fourth grade, a beloved block is dedicated to humans and animals, culminating in an animal report, researched, authored, and presented to the class by each student. They also chose their favorite animal and constructed a diorama of its habitat.
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Waldorf Education recognizes that studying a foreign language provides a broader world perspective. Our students begin studying Mandarin in the first grade and continue each year until they graduate. For Lunar New Year, the children in Grades 1-12 sang songs and recited poems, in Mandarin.
Eurythmy, also known as "visible music & visible speech" forms part of the curriculum at many Waldorf schools worldwide. The 7th, 8th, and 9th graders did a demonstration of copper rod tossing and a Eurythmy presentation to poems by Blake and music by Tchaikovsky.
The Art Block in the High School's 11th and 12th grade consisted of sculpting a head in clay. This artistic activity allows the students to work with their hands in a very specific way and expand their understanding of anatomy as well. All the students did a fantastic job.
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