Jéssica Rocha Gomes Oliveira

Jéssica Rocha Gomes Oliveira

Jéssica Rocha Gomes Oliveira
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Kindergarten starts with a red-pink that is feminine in quality and serves  to hold the children at this age.  First grade continues with a lighter, rosy pink that morphs into  a peachy hue for second grade- where the students are in a “peachy”  place of development. It’s always about meeting the child where they are in Waldorf.  Third grade the walls turn gold yellow as the child’s individuality starts to bloom.  Fourth grade the walls become a yellow-green as they child become

Kindergarten starts with a red-pink that is feminine in quality and serves to hold the children at this age. First grade continues with a lighter, rosy pink that morphs into a peachy hue for second grade- where the students are in a “peachy” place of development. It’s always about meeting the child where they are in Waldorf. Third grade the walls turn gold yellow as the child’s individuality starts to bloom. Fourth grade the walls become a yellow-green as they child become