Sacramento Waldorf School

Sacramento

Come and join us for the 2017 Summer Program to explore nature, create art, play games, and make many new friends. Experienced teachers and counselors nurture children through developmentally appropriate Waldorf influenced activities and rhythms. Children can explore our expansive campus, farm and the surrounding American River Parkway with their teachers. Creative endeavors are offered during each session and may include painting, sculpture, building, handwork, cooking, and drama. Children will engage in games and physical activities everyday. Depending on their age group, children may experience group games, scavenger hunts, rock climbing, water play, team sports, archery, and nature walks.

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