Say “Yes” to Waldorf Homeschooling

If you want to feel more confident and at ease with Waldorf homeschooling and be able
to put together lessons that sing, you’re in the right place!

Jean Miller of Waldorf-Inspired LearningI’m Jean, a long-time homeschooler, mother of three, and enthusiastic Waldorf mentor. When I started teaching other homeschooling parents at the summer Taproot Teacher Training and recognized how much my experience could help Mamas just like you, I created Waldorf-Inspired Learning.

You can read more about me and my family here.

My Mission

I aim to empower and inspire you to succeed at Waldorf homeschooling by making it practical,
doable, and sustainable. You’ve got it in you! You just need a friend a little ahead of you on the
path to guide you along.

Where Do You Start?

If you have young children and want to gain a clearer picture of the Waldorf approach, start
with one of these pages:

If you have children in the grades, you will benefit from these articles and posts:

  • Resources for Waldorf Homeschooling A listing of over 50 resources including curriculum suppliers, places to buy supplies, and favorite books.
  • The Seven Lively Arts Ever wonder how to incorporate the lively arts into your lessons?
    Read more in this article about storytelling, movement, music, poetry, painting and drawing.
  • The Steiner Cafe A place to explore and reflect on the lectures Rudolf Steiner gave at the
    Teacher’s Seminar in 1919, the very first Waldorf teacher training.

What I Offer

Here at Waldorf-Inspired Learning, I take the overwhelm out of homeschooling. In my blog
posts, resources, planning guidementoring, and Taproot Teacher Training, you’ll find
all you need to create memorable experiences for your family. I look forward 
to our conversations!


Check out what Mamas who have worked with me are saying. Click here.

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