Remember always that you not only have the right to be an individual, you have an obligation to be one.
For the first time, third graders begin to experience their individuality, and the curriculum is shaped to support them during their time of discovery of their separate self. Main Lessons on farming and building, grammar, parts of speech and cursive writing, as well as weights and measures fulfill their desire to know and understand the physical world and their place in it. As with all grades in the Waldorf curriculum, the Subjects scaffold the Main Lesson for an all-encompassing approach to learning.
Main Lesson Block
Old Testament Stories
Reading music begins in pictorial form
Stringed Instrument – cello, viola, or violin
Practical and Fine Arts
Developing hand-eye coordination
Strengthening fine motor skills
Spanish: introduction to simple vocabulary
Exposure to Hebrew
Download the comprehensive Third Grade Curriculum.
Carrying and borrowing
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