The class meets on Fridays from 9 to 11 a.m. Lively and informative sessions will be taught by Kim Raymond, a 30-year Waldorf Early Childhood veteran teacher, who is also a grandmother.
“Parenting is a journey, a path of transformation, for which we are rarely ever fully prepared,” Raymond said.
The Punana Parent+Child Program will offer parents the opportunity for an in-depth exploration of current parenting topics such as motor development, care and protection of the senses, creating rhythm and routines, health and nutrition, and sleep. Parents will develop skills of observation to deepen their intuitive knowledge and identify what is needed for their child.
All classes will be held at the school’s Kula campus in a new classroom designed to replicate the warm atmosphere of a home. Call 878-2511 for more information or visit www.waldorfmaui.org.
There are still spaces available for the fall session, which is currently underway through Nov. 19. Classes are $30 each.