At Waldorf, we offer a warm and gentle welcome to the littlest learners—and their caregivers, too! Conducted by early education specialist Patty Hatch, classes include creative free play, early socialization, fresh ideas for parenting, plus songs and games that delight children and caregivers alike.
 
 

Get a glimpse of our classes below or schedule a visit with our Admissions Coordinator at 505-467-6431.

 

 

Morning Glory Play Garden Classes

Toddlers from ages 12-30 months and their grown-up parents and caregivers are welcome.

 

Encouraging Warmth and Beauty

In the Morning Glory Play Garden, parents and their small children are invited to spend time each week in the warmth and beauty of our Waldorf “home.”

Caregivers and children relax into the gentle rhythms of the morning as we enjoy creative play, simple toy making projects, a delicious snack, and interactive circle time and puppet show that reflect the natural world and its seasons. Readings and discussions center around creating an enriching, joyful home life.

Register for Morning Play Garden Classes:

Cost: $220 (per 10-week session) 
Includes daily snack, crafting and reading materials.

Dates:
Thursdays | February 28, 2019-May 9, 2019
(No class on Thursday, April 25, 2019)

Fridays | March 1, 2019-May 10, 2019
(No class on Friday, April 19, 2019) 

Time: 9:15-11:15 am

Facility: Santa Fe Waldorf School Early Childhood Building

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About the teacher

Patty Hatch discovered the Waldorf approach to early childhood 20 years ago as a new mother. The joy and relief of participating in a Waldorf-inspired playgroup was a gift she loves to pass forward to young families. Patty  holds a Waldorf teaching diploma in Early Childhood (Birth to Seven) from Rudolf Steiner College. Over the past 12 years, she has worked in both preschool and kindergarten programs at the Santa Fe Waldorf School.


Critical thinking, confidence and curiosity are hallmarks
of a Waldorf graduate, and key to thriving in the modern world.
Learn more at an upcoming Open House or monthly parent tour.