**From the desk of publisher Valarie Budayr
I am so excited to announced the long-awaited book by Donna Ashton is finally HERE!
Just in time for New Year planning, author Donna Ashton of The Waldorf Connection has written an educational guidebook that specifically caters to the homeschooling family. The Waldorf Home School Handbook is a simple step-by-step guide to creating and understanding a Waldorf-inspired homeschool plan. This comprehensive 112 page manual guides parents through the Waldorf method and reveals how to educate your children in a nurturing and creative environment.
Or are you already homeschooling but need some better ideas, processes, and curriculum?
Do you need to know how to:
- Find Balance in Your Homeschool Life.
- Organize Your Day so You’re Always in Control and on Track.
- Discover Techniques to Change Your Home Rhythm
- Gain Confidence & Inspiration with Practical Ideas to Simplify Waldorf-inspired Homeschooling
- Learn the Benefits and Methods to Educating your Children using Waldorf-Enriched Methods.
This info-packed may be just the ticket to get your homeschooling efforts streamlined and optimized in 2014! We all know homeschooling can be complicated and frustrating, especially if parents are overloaded with information. Determined to prevent parents from having to struggle alone, Donna created The Waldorf Home School Handbook as an all-in-one homeschooling guide filled with lesson plans, curriculum, helpful hints and the secrets behind the three Areas for Optimum Learning.
As some of you may know, Donna is a veteran Waldorf homeschooling mom and mentor who has helped over 3000 families’ homeschool with confidence and clarity. Donna has devoted over 8 years to learning Waldorf Education and homeschooling her twin girls. Within the pages of the The Waldorf Home School Handbook, she shares her experiences with raising her 11 year-olds in a mindful way and tactics to help struggling homeschoolers and parents trying to balance their daily rhythm and get clarity in homeschooling.
So don’t wait! Go HERE to grab your copy of The Waldorf Homeschool Handbook!
The Waldorf Home School Handbook is published by Audrey Press http://www.audreypress.com. For media interviews please contact project manager Rebecca Flansburg at Becky@AudreyPress.com. This book is not affiliated or associated with ASWNA.