Creating a Waldorf-Inspired Spring Rhythm

Spring is a time of emergence, rebirth, renewed hope and growing warmth. It contains the gesture of opening up like a bud blossoming into a flower. Each season our activities, celebrations and daily rhythm can reflect these seasonal archetypal qualities. I have created a PDF  ‘Spring Vision Board’ (see link below) to inspire a joyful Springtime Rhythm that is unique to your family.

Within the quarters you can include:

~ holidays you would like to celebrate

~ crafts, recipes or project ideas your would like to create

~ activities you want to do as a family together

~ chores or cleaning you would like to do

~ ideas for inner work, charity work or other service you would like to participate in

Here are some examples to get you started:




st.patrick’s day

mother’s day

may day

earth day



make natural easter egg dyes together

plant springtime grass

organise a community maypole celebration

bake some homemade matzoh

plan a children’s garden


spring clean the basement or attic

re-organise the cupboards

categorise children’s books by season, create a Spring book basket or shelf

set out a springtime nature table

do a flower meditation once a week (for Mama)

go for a neighbourhood walk and help to pick up garbage

bring tulips or daffodils to a teacher, friend or neighbour


go on a nature scavenger hunt

make a mud kitchen in the yard

make a flower crown

read a story about passover

leave out yarn or wool scraps for the birds to incorporate into their nests


Download Spring Vision Board




If you would like more resources to help you create a magical Spring filled with joy, calm, creativity and rhythm head to the website for a totally finished-for-you, seasonal, weekly and daily home rhythm: Whole Family Rhythms Spring Guide.

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