Taking it to the halls!

June 19, 2018

School activities outside of the classroom? Why, yes!

Sometimes its good practice for students to work on projects in places other than the classroom. Doing so helps children to learn to generalize skills to different locations, to transition, and to broaden their experiences, among other things.  At Crossroads Center for Children, you’ll find activities going on all over the campus.

This group is made of members from Room 11 and Room 12. They are working with the theme of community workers, and they are having their group in a big open area in the hallway outside their room. All are engaged and interested and working so nicely!

One student, having completed the current step of the project, takes a quick opportunity to pose for a photo and share an adorable smile!

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Stirring up the goods!Thank you, SEFCU!