Winter Session Registration is Open!
Wednesdays 9 – 11 a.m.
Jan 10 – Mar 14
10 classes – Once a Week
Fridays 9 – 11 a.m.
Jan 12 – Mar 16*
9 classes – Once a Week
* No class on 2/16
The Waldorf Parent-Child program offers parents and their children many hands-on activities combined with parent education. Special attention is given to supporting the unfolding of each child’s interests, motor skills, social interaction and problem solving skills. Through a morning of play, crafts, circle games and songs, cooking and puppet shows, we share our understanding of child development and offer sources of inspiration for life at home.
One of the goals of this program is to provide parents with a space of support and encouragement. Parents are given a weekly article on topics that are relevant to their work as parents of young children such as:
- Conscious and loving discipline
This Program is available for parents (or other caregivers).
Age range: 1-3 years old.
Format: Once a week for 10 weeks.
Times and Days: Tuesdays or Wednesdays 9-11a.m.
Sessions run fall, winter and spring.
All classes take place in Parent-Toddler classroom at the Waldorf School of Santa Barbara campus.
Cancellations and Refunds
Refunds available for cancellation received 30 days before the first session. Full refunds are available if a class is cancelled due to low enrollment.
For parents that sign up for a class after it begins, the tuition is pro-rated based on the number of weeks remaining in the session ($32/week).
Space is limited. Your spot is reserved once payment has been made.
Waldorf Santa Barbara reserves the right to cancel a class due to under enrollment.
Meet the Class Teacher, Ms. Angelica
Angelica Ingeman has been working with Waldorf education since 1997, when she began her Early Childhood Teacher Training Program at the Eugene Waldorf School.
She has since incorporated a Waldorf approach to parenting her three children, as well as assisting and teaching in preschool, kindergarten and parent-child classes over the past two decades.
Angelica also has her degree in Fine Arts and continues to pursue opportunities that are fertile ground for art and Waldorf education. In her spare time, she can either be found painting or at the beach with her marine-biologist husband and water-loving daughters.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 805-967-6656.