When they were in the Waldorf Early Childhood Program seventh graders joyfully played on the teeter-totter, and used brooms and shovels, dust pans and brushes. Seven years later, they are ready to bring these will-activities to the cognitive level and learn the laws of Mechanics in their Grade Seven Physics block. This subject integrates seamlessly with their study of the Renaissance in which engineering geniuses like Leonardo and Brunelleschi revolutionized humanity's relationship to machinery.Use your arrow keys to move though the sideshow.
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Notes by Eugene Schwartz