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28 Jun 2022

7 Ways to Teach Responsibility

Responsible behaviors take years to develop and are the product of consistent expectations and purposeful planning. Teaching responsibility begins in Read More


Character DevelopmentChild DevelopmentEmotional and Social DevelopmentJoyful Parenting

08 Jun 2022

Safety & Security at Stepping Stone School

At Stepping Stone School, the safety and security of our students and families are the foundation on which everything rests. Read More


Health & SafetyNews

10 Nov 2020

Peace of Mind for Parents – “Making” At Home

Making is a term for hands-on, creative expression that gives children opportunities to explore, create, learn, and try something new through Read More


Art and Creative Expression

05 Nov 2020

5 Ways to Help Your Child Develop Perseverance at Home

I watched as 5-month-old Ava lay on her belly participating in “Tummy Time” in her classroom. I shook a rattle Read More


Character DevelopmentEmotional and Social Development

27 Oct 2020

 Halloween Safety in the Age of COVID-19

Halloween is right around the corner and all of our traditional ways of celebrating the holiday now need to be Read More


Community and Cultural AwarenessHealth & Safety

23 Oct 2020

Infants Learn by Watching Caregiver’s Faces

In this time of mask-wearing, it is particularly important for us to understand how infants and young toddlers learn. Young Read More


Child DevelopmentCognitive and Phonological Development

19 Oct 2020

Peace of Mind for Parents – Developing Focus and Self Control

Self-control and focus are both important skills for children to practice in order to succeed in school. Children play many Read More


Emotional and Social DevelopmentJoyful Parenting

05 Oct 2020

5 Ways to Build Integrity

Each month, Stepping Stone School educators implement our Kindness & Empathy curriculum which provides activities with the purpose of teaching Read More


Character DevelopmentEmotional and Social Development

30 Sep 2020

Peace of Mind for Parents – Fun, Easy Ways to Play with Math at Home

  Sing songs and chant! Many songs, chants, and verses have patterns. Learning a song’s pattern helps children remember the song. Read More


Joyful ParentingMathematical and Scientific Concepts

23 Sep 2020

Peace of Mind for Parents – Going Beyond the Playground: Math, Science, and Outdoor Fun

Going outside for a walk or to a local park to play are great ways to help your children learn! Read More


Joyful ParentingMathematical and Scientific Concepts