Marin Lipowitz holds an MS in Waldorf Education, with years of classroom teaching experience. She is an advocate for age appropriate, arts based, Waldorf inspired learning for all children, and is dedicated to providing hands-on programs that meet these goals. Her gift lies in creating unique, effective, project-based solutions and applications to enliven basic, standards-aligned curriculum.

Go Fly A Math Kite!

Kites are fun, and so should math be.  Step outside the math box of rote learning and worksheets, then make and fly a kite!  Grocery bag kites are easy to create and fun to fly. Have your child(ren) decorate their kites with whatever wonderfully colorful math patterns they’re learning at the moment.  The brown paper…

Math and Storytelling Through the Grades: Grade 2

The Grade 2 “mood” is one of contrasts.  There’s a settling in to the new world of challenges and learning begun in Grade 1, accompanied by a certain restlessness.  As boundaries are tested, there’s a desire to take on more, which can be expressed as a somewhat overly confident rambunctiousness.  This quality is reflected in…