FULTON – The Blue Team from the Stepping Stones Day Program recently visited the Museum of Science and Technology in Syracuse for a day of exploration that included an exhibit featuring ancient artifacts, called “Paleo, Story of Life,” presented by the International Museum Institute, Inc.
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Students also enjoyed hands on activities including space exploration, the creation of energy, simple machines and flight simulation.
Exhibits related to current classroom instruction involving ancient civilizations and the development of the continents provided the students a meaningful, interactive experience.
Stepping Stones is a collaborative effort between CiTi and Hillside Children’s Center, which provides a structured, small-group environment to help students overcome challenges.
The program is located within the Fourth Street School in Fulton.