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Parent & Tot

A weekly program for you and your child in a beautiful Waldorf setting.
Children are carried by the consistent rhythm of creative play, snack, circle, story time and outdoor play.
A joyous and calm, yet very active environment: we grind flour, bake bread, play interactive games, sing, say rhymes and verses, and sometimes enjoy a puppet story.
Parents have the opportunity to learn to knit and to work on simple craft projects. Together, we enjoy our delicious organic fresh-baked bread or muffins, tea, and fruit.
Every class includes a brief discussion on various parenting topics and child development for children aged 18 months to 3.5 years.

Saturdays, 9:00-11:00am
Please contact info@waldorfacademy for more information

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Parent and Child Instructor: Asha Cote

Asha Cote holds a bachelor degree in Fine and Performing Arts (Theatre) and Sociology from Simon Fraser University in B.C. She has worked as a teacher in numerous early childhood, children’s and youth programs, as a Coordinator of Parent/Child drop-ins and parent support groups; as a Program and Event Planner; and as a Drama Arts Educator. She is passionate about learning through the arts, diversity, and using creativity as a tool for empowerment and social change.  She has twelve years experience as the Founder and Artistic Director of Children’s Story Theatre. For Syme Family Centre she developed and led a Youth Violence Prevention Program through the Creative Arts in two inner city schools.

She currently works for Yorktown Child and Family Services in the Supporting Young Families Program and previously in the Parenting in the Early Years Program. She also is a Substitute Teacher for the Waldorf Academy Childcare Centre and a Supply Educational/Special Needs Assistant for the Toronto District School Board.

Asha is well versed in child development and the Waldorf philosophy: she homeschooled her 3 children in a Waldorf inspired program for ten years (up to grade four), and ran a Waldorf inspired day care program. She welcomes the opportunity to support families in enriching the development of their child.

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