Free Resources

  • Ways To Keep Our Children Safe

    A growing library of activities and supplementary materials for teachers, students, parents, guardians, administrators and youth advocates.

We are creating a supplementary library of helpful resources. Here is the first installment of our free PDF Downloads:

Stepping On Up Leader’s Guides

Find the Leader’s Guides for the series here »

Bullying Guides for Teachers and Parents

Facts about Bullying and Cyber Bullying (PDF) »
SOU Guide to Bullying (PDF) »
SOU Guide to Cyber Bullying (PDF) »

For more information about bullying and cyber-bullying statistics, check out »

Clip of the Month

Each month we will stream a complete segment from one of our Stepping On Up lessons along with sample discussion questions for the program.

Watch the Clip of the Month »

Fun Activities

Make your own puppets, download the Stepping On Up program scripts, and put on your own puppet shows! We will show you how, step-by-step. Check out all our activities: »

Recommended Sites, Programs and Partner Resources

There are numerous resources on the web to augment Stepping On Up and build safer, more caring and focused schools. Here are a few initial recommendations for places to find useful information. We will be adding to this section as we develop this site further. »

A federal government website managed by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.

Common Sense Media Resources for Parents »

Common Sense Media is a leading source of information on internet safety for children. It is dedicated to improving the lives of kids and families by providing the trustworthy information, education, and independent voice they need to thrive in a world of media and technology. They have created a comprehensive Parent Media and Education Program with online access to videos, discussion guides, tip sheets, and presentations to share with parents.

Edutopia Resources for Educators »

Edutopia is dedicated to transforming the learning process by helping educators implement innovative strategies. These strategies — and the educators who implement them — are empowering students to think critically, access and analyze information, creatively problem solve, work collaboratively, and communicate with clarity and impact. Discover the resources, research, experts, and fellow Edutopia members who are changing our schools. Join us in reinventing the learning process!

CASEL – Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning »

Social and emotional learning is a process for helping children and even adults develop the fundamental skills for life effectiveness.

We envision a world where families, schools, and communities work together to promote children’s success in school and life and to support the healthy development of all children. In this vision, children and adults are engaged life-long learners who are self-aware, caring and connected to others, and responsible in their decision-making. Children and adults achieve to their fullest potential, and participate constructively in a democratic society.