Waldorf Art for Beginners makes it easier.

Waldorf art lessons for kids, homeschooling

Gain confidence with our Waldorf art curriculum.

*Looking for support as you move into Waldorf Education?

*Wish you could spend less time online searching for information & answers?

*Not sure how to weed through all the options?


“I really feel so lucky that I found you guys when I did, and that your courses correspond with exactly what I need right now to make my child feel at home in homeschool. You are really making a difference in the quality of life and education of our 7-year-old!”

Part One: Not all that glitters...

In this first section, we will discuss the various materials needed to get you started. We'll spend some time exploring which items are worth spending more money on (and why), versus those that can be DIY-ed. 

*2 videos

Part Two: Watercolor painting 101...

Join us as we take you through a beautiful and simple painting exercise. Down the road, this exercise can become the foundation from which other paintings will flow! We will also cover topics such as soaking papers, mixing paint, setting up your painting station, and caring for your materials.

*1 video

Part Three: Block Crayons 101...

Here we’ll will take you through the techniques you'll need to get started creating beautiful drawings and main lesson pages. We'll go over the care and cleaning of your crayons, as well as point you in the direction of additional resources.                                  

*3 videos


Part Four: Chalkdrawing basics 101...

In this last section we explore the basic chalk strokes you'll need to get started. Then, dive a bit deeper and work step-by-step through a beautiful chalk landscape drawing! We will also cover how to DIY your own chalkboard at home.

*2 videos

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 8 videos! What do they cover?

 Explore which art materials you truly need to get started vs. those that are shiny & glittery... but not necessarily essential.

  • Talk about different options for different budgets.

  • Learn how to care for these materials.

  • Get access to DIY options!

  • Hear about additional resources available to you.

 Practice the basic skills used in the three most commonly used Waldorf art methods:

wet-on-wet watercolor painting

* block crayon drawing

chalkboard drawing

Advice on which Waldorf art supplies you need.
Waldorf chalkdrawing tutorial.
Wet-on-wet watercolor tutorial.


"This has been such a great set of videos! I was really surprised at the technique here, in particular about not drawing outlines, which is what most of us traditionally have been taught. It's amazing to see what comes from NOT doing that and I'm excited to try this out. Thanks again!"



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We're including a special discount code... 

On Day One of the course you will receive the code for a 10% discount from our friends at Bella Luna Toys. This code can be used to purchase any of the art materials you will need.

 We're also including our beautiful 18 page e-book, “Paint with Watercolor Pencils & Crayons”, for free!

Your Guides

Robyn and Brian Wolfe, Waldorfish

Trained Waldorf teachers Brian & Robyn Wolfe have been involved in art & education for over 20 years. Experienced with both teaching in the classroom as well as homeschooling, they work with children and adults in person as well as online. Their courses guide soul-filled teachers and families towards confidence in integrating the arts into their (home) school days. 


Frequently asked questions:

What does "self-paced" mean?

We created this course with your busy life in mind. Once you register, you can access our classroom over on Ruzuku whenever it is convenient for you! Forever! Brian & Robyn will check-in to answer questions every couple of days.


What materials will I need?

On the first day of the course we will go over the various options (& price ranges) that are available out there for stocking up on the materials you will need. We will explain what supplies are truly necessary, vs. what supplies are awesome, but that you can initially survive without. For this reason we are NOT providing a materials list ahead of time.


I am already familiar with the use of watercolor paint, block crayons & chalk. Is this the right course for me?

This course will be most useful for those who are new to the tools you mentioned. For those with previous experience and looking for advanced instruction, we recommend our other courses which dive deeper into more advanced techniques. 


 Do I need a high-speed internet connection to view the course videos?

Yes, all videos are high quality, so you will need a fairly high-speed Internet connection to view them. The videos are a vital part of the content of this course, so please do consider this. We are not able to provide alternative viewing options for people on dial-up or on very slow connections (and we cannot give refunds if you are having issues viewing the videos due to your internet connection). Therefore, please bear this in mind when registering. If you have regular broadband, you should be fine.


What is your Refund Policy for Waldorf Art for Beginners?

Due to the instant, all-access and digital nature of this course, as well as the discount code offered within it, there are no refunds. 


Still not sure?

Uncertain if this, or Weekly Art is the better course for your family? Send us an email! We'll help you sort it out :)

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What’s included again?

• 8 video tutorials - we break it all down for you

• Lots of written content and photos

• Lists of additional resources to consider

• DIY options for several of the materials you will need

• The opportunity to ask Brian & Robyn + your classmates all of your questions

• A discount code to use while you shop for your materials 

*Our 18-page ebook ....FREE!



Our online Waldorf education courses offer a supportive path for your family:






The teaching of any subject, from science to history, can be enlivened and enhanced by incorporating art into the instruction....Evidence from the brain sciences and evolutionary psychology increasingly suggests that the arts (along with language and math) play an important role in brain development and maintenance.
— Jack Petrash, Understanding Waldorf Education