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Taos Earth Children


Waldorf Education in the Great Outdoors

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Taos Earth Children


Waldorf Education in the Great Outdoors

 

education for life

A firm footing in the natural world builds confidence. Young children who have hiked the extra mile, weathered the changing seasons and temperatures and discovered the constant newness of wild encounters become self-reliant, strong leaders, and quick to lend a hand (or heart).

 
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Learn Together


At Taos Earth Children, each child must have their hands in the dirt and their feet on the ground. Our focus is to recognize the unique gifts within each child, to teach them to rely on one another, and to become familiar with our local waters, plants and living creatures.  

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Learn Together


At Taos Earth Children, each child must have their hands in the dirt and their feet on the ground. Our focus is to recognize the unique gifts within each child, to teach them to rely on one another, and to become familiar with our local waters, plants and living creatures.  

Learn More

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Community


We connect our children to farmers, builders and craftspeople all over Taos. Our aim is to get our hands dirty and to learn new skills.

Community


We connect our children to farmers, builders and craftspeople all over Taos. Our aim is to get our hands dirty and to learn new skills.

Words from Our community

"Through Silke's tone of speaking and her stories, one can feel her appreciation for everything and her connectedness to all - nature, children, life..."

“Joe's attentiveness as a father extends to all the children in his care. It's obvious that he loves them."

"It seems like Silke and Joe hardly share a word. After a while, you realize how effortlessly they are communicating with each other, the children, the earth."