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The Waldorf-Inspired Homeschool Handbook

Educate Your Child’s Mind, Body, and Spirit with the new Waldorf-Inspired Homeschool Handbook.


This was the first line of the press release I created for the Waldorf Homeschool Handbook that Audrey Press published almost ten years ago.



This excellent book by a long-time friend and first-time author, Donna Ashton, hit the book reseller’s shelves just in time for New Year planning in 2013.



Donna, the founder of The Waldorf Connection, came to me with a seed of an idea months before. Soon, that “seed” bloomed into an educational guidebook that specifically catered to the homeschooling family. 


Donna created the Waldorf Home School Handbook to be a simple step-by-step guide to creating an understanding of a Waldorf-inspired homeschool plan.

The final product was a comprehensive 122-page manual that did just that; guide parents through the Waldorf method and reveal how to educate their children in a nurturing and creative environment. Homeschooling can be complicated and frustrating, especially if parents are overloaded with information. Determined to prevent parents from having to struggle alone.  



I am so proud that Donna created The Waldorf Home School Handbook, an all-in-one homeschooling guide filled with lesson plans and curriculum examples, along with helpful hints and the secrets behind the three Areas for Optimum Learning.


Donna didn’t come up with this info by accident, either. She is a veteran Waldorf homeschooling mom and mentor who has helped thousands of families worldwide homeschool with confidence and clarity. Her experiences with raising her twin daughters in a mindful way was her main inspiration in creating a guide of tactics designed to help struggling homeschoolers and parents trying to balance their daily rhythm and get clarity in homeschooling.


Watching this book sell like hotcakes has been an honor and delight! Donna’s brilliant mind is at work again, and her latest book will be available sometime in mid-2018.



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