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Jenny Sage: Group Homeschool Instruction 



If you are homeschooling your children
, you are already thinking independently about their education. You are probably always looking for meaningful ways to enrich their education and their lives. The unique, experiential Waldorf curriculum helps children grow in health and wholeness despite the chaos of modern times.

Now, you no longer have to choose between homeschooling, and a Waldorf classroom experience. This new concept in homeschooling instruction is based on the “main lesson,” the heart of the day in a Waldorf class. You design an individualized program by deciding which main lesson blocks your children attend. These 1 1/2 hour sessions include movement activities designed to engage the children’s whole beings and strengthen developing brain functions. Children play instruments, sing, make watercolor paintings, and engage with academic subjects in an imaginative, artistic manner.

Jenny Sage is excited to bring her experience and love of Waldorf education to the Hudson Valley’s homeschool community. A former Waldorf student of 9 years, she holds English and Music degrees from Oberlin College & Conservatory, has been a successful teacher at a Waldorf school, and has held other positions including full time nanny, public school tutor, and music teacher of eleven years.


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Grades Offered: Elementary Grades, TBD
Location: Woodstock/Saugerties, NY
Email: jenny.r.sage@gmail.com
Website: www.jennysage.com

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