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Children's Garden Tea June 7, 2015


The Children's Garden Faculty cordially invites Children’s Garden students and their families (grandparents too!) to Afternoon Tea on June 7, 11:00 am - 1:00 pm. We will dance the Maypole together, have a special activity, and enjoy a yummy tea. View the Children's Garden Tea Invite.

Parent & Child Class August 4-19

Parent & Child Class

Parent & Child classes lay the building blocks for elementary school. Science and math are introduced as tools for the exploration of movement and the physical properties of the natural world through play. Reading is rooted in language acquisition and the development of a rich imagination. Writing begins with strengthening the small motor skills. The teacher gently guides the natural play and interaction of the class towards healthy acquisition of these important skills, while the children do the activities at their own pace and in their own style.

Analemma: A 6th Grade Collaboration


Starting a year ago in September 2013, middle school Mathematics teacher, Kathy Breen with the help of Donald Bufano and his 6th grade class, began plotting an analemma outside on the school’s pad. The analemma is created by marking the position of the top of a pole’s shadow on the ground at noon standard time. This marking is done at approximately weekly intervals over the course of the year.

Seventh Graders Renaissance Drawings

Renaissance Paintings

WSB Seventh Graders learn to replicate the technique of the Masters' Studios of Florence using colored pencil. An important addition to Renaissance painting was the practice of using a grid system to transfer scale drawings. The grid, in the Renaissance, became an important element in the construction of art works which were meant to look natural and without distortion even though they were painted on curved ceilings of buildings. Later, in the sixteenth century, this grid system made both the illusion of extended architectural space and anamorphic paintings possible.

Screen Free Week May 4 - 10, 2015

Screen Free Week

On May 4-10, children, families, and communities around the world will rediscover the joys of life beyond the screen. Unplug from digital entertainment and spend your free time playing, reading, daydreaming, creating, exploring, and connecting with family and friends. Learn more at  View the flyer. 

Student Recitals Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Student Recital

Music is an essential part of the Waldorf curriculum. Our musical arts program includes Choral Singing with Kodaly (sol-fa) method, String Ensemble (violin, viola, cello, bass) Recorder Ensemble, and Orff Instruments (xylophones, metallophones, glockenspiels. This year the recitals for 4th and 5th grade students, who are currently taking instrumental classes, are scheduled to take place on dates and times below.

May Admissions Events

May Admissions Events

We want more people in Baltimore to experience our school. Please tell your friends and communities about our school; invite them to attend a Windows Into Waldorf tour. Please consider attending one the following events and volunteering a few hours to help out at the Toddler Fair and on Market Day!

Mini-Morning May 9, 2015

Explore Waldorf with your child for a morning in the Children's Garden.

Participate in activities such as bread baking, singing, storytelling, puppetry, watercolor painting, finger-knitting and beeswax modeling. Be inspired by all student activities that develop concentration, small muscle development, and hand-eye coordination.

Find out why play is the serious work of childhood and is an essential part of the Waldorf early childhood classroom. Learning by doing provides the foundations for active imagination, problem solving, and creative thinking.

May Day & Grandparents Day

May Day

We look forward to celebrating May Day & Grandparents Day with our school community Friday, May 1 from 8:15 am - 3:00 pm. In ancient times, May Day was a celebration of nature’s revival after a long and cold winter. The Waldorf School of Baltimore celebrates May Day by honoring our students’ families, grandparents, and friends. We invite you to join us for a day filled with classroom activities and springtime festivities.  View the schedule below and share the event flyer.

"The Miracle Worker" showing April 17-18

The Miracle Worker

Every year, the 8th grade class at the Waldorf School of Baltimore performs a full-length play. It is the culmination of plays for the class. What makes it different from the plays performed in the lower grades is the significant time, planning, and teamwork needed to pull it off.