I keep my 12 x 12 cardstock and colored papers for paper weaving in a fabulous vintage turquoise metal record album carrying case, which works perfectly. It is easy for me to grab it when it's time for this craft. I use my Fiskars 15 Inch Portable Rotary Paper Trimmer to cut the paper.
Another quiet activity slated for today is my online teacher training. The internet makes so much Waldorf information available; it's wonderful! Today I watched one of the sessions (Year 1, Session 2, "Peppermint and Daisy") of Learning the Language of Healing Plants, a course I'm taking from PAAM. There are only two live sessions remaining for Year 2 (Feb 1st and Mar 1st), but all of the old session recordings are available for viewing on Vimeo.
We are working with Markus Sommer's book Healing Plants: Herbal Remedies from Traditional to Anthroposophical Medicine.
I'm also working today on Suzanne Down's online course "Walkabout Tales: 10 Day Children’s Story Writing Challenge Course." Our group is on day 2 of this brand-new course. Upon completion I will be transferring both of these courses in as electives in my Waldorf teacher training through the Sophia Institute. It's incredible that you can get your Waldorf teacher training -- for Early Childhood or the Grades -- now completely online! Nowadays you can even get a full Eurythmy curriculum online with Cynthia Hoven! When I was a brand-new Waldorf mom back in 2005, none of these things were possible.
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