Snapshots from Prerana Waldorf School

Through these pictures, feel the warmth of a loving environment for we are consciously striving to be a sanctuary for childhood, a sheltered oasis for learning, playing, and growing.

Weaving as an art form

Our 7th and 8th graders started learning weaving, the textile art in which two distinct sets of yarns or threads – called the warp and weft , interlaced with each other at right angles to form a fabric or cloth, Weaving is a fun activity that helps to develop a child’s fine motor skills, eye-hand coordination, concentration and problem-solving skills.

Through this activity students felt the radiance of love, of presence, of individual yet intangible spirit brought into tangible form.