Homeschooling - Riley Lunt (Glendale, AZ)

Stapelstein is an essential tool that we use every day, integrating it into our activities in a variety of creative ways. The high quality of Stapelstein sets allow us to conduct a range of gross motor activities, such as setting up obstacle courses, which are always a hit with our kids, aged from 3 to 5 years old.

Stapelstein elements are versatile, providing numerous opportunities to practice letters and numbers in engaging and imaginative ways. They are also fantastic for pretend play, encouraging creativity and enhancing motor skills in the children. These benefits are just a few of the many reasons why we love using Stapelstein in our educational programs. While we have not yet used Stapelstein outside, we are eager to try it out in the future.

Indoors, the sets have already provided countless memorable experiences. One cherished memory involves a game my daughter created while we were practicing numbers. She placed numbers under the stepping stones and would throw a bean bag at them. Whichever stone the bean bag hit, she would uncover it and identify the number underneath. This game not only reinforced her number recognition but also highlighted the importance of following the child's lead and giving them opportunities to be creative.

Another favorite memory with Stapelstein is when I set up an obstacle course for my 3-year-old. My 15-month-old son wanted to participate as well and watching him carefully step from one stone to another was heartwarming. His concentration and the joy on his face when he completed the course was unmatched. Stapelstein has become an integral part of our educational activities, fostering creativity, learning, and joy in children. Its versatility makes it perfect for a wide range of activities, from practicing academic skills to developing motor abilities and engaging in imaginative play.

Each day with Stapelstein is a new adventure, and we look forward to many more creative and educational moments ahead.