Learning to Play

September 14, 2018

One of our most important programming areas is Social Skills Development.

Learning to play, to be with other children, to take turns, play with toys the way they’re intended to be played with, to share… these are some of the skills that are foundations of success in school, families and work later on.

Here are some students in their classrooms these past few days of the new school year. Let’s all give them our applause for such great learning!

* We are so very thankful for the grants and donations that support and expand our programming resources for social skills development! Current grantors specifically for this area of our program include SEFCU Foundation, Kvistad Foundation, and The Wright Family Foundation.

Read other stories about developing social skills at Crossroads Center for Children!

Centers for interacting and learning


Building Skills for Success!

New shed – thank you Galesi!Thanks for the Dances at Ballroom Dance Week!