"Committed to Excellence"


At Children's World, we strive to provide love, training, education, security, and flexibility to your children, your most precious and valuable assets.

We Now Serve Two Locations!

Skate America Logo Oak Grove Logo
Skate America Location Both Locations Oak Grove Location
6:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. 6:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Skate America Location

Children's World at Skate America is conveniently located at 3706 New Boston Road in Texarkana, Texas, adjacent to the Skate America Fun Center.  The educational environment provided by our child care/pre-school center combined with the fun activities offered by the Skate America Fun Center make for a well-balanced learning program for your children.  

Physical fitness is vital to the overall well-being of a child, and we are able to offer a variety of activities that not only provide physical activity, but promote self-esteem and self-worth as new skills are mastered.  Skating is a fun activity that uses all the large muscles and improves gross motor skills.  

With over 15,000 square feet of climate-controlled play area, there is certainly no shortage of fun!  Skating, laser tag, and non-violent video games are some of the activities your children will enjoy on a regular basis.  Our pre-k, 4-year-olds and 5-year-olds skate weekly, and our school-aged kids skate daily.  Best of all, all these activities are absolutely free for all enrolled children!!  Back to top of page

Oak Grove Location

Children's World at Oak Grove is conveniently located between Hooks and New Boston, Texas, adjacent to the Oak Grove Golf Club.  This center is nestled at the end of Main Drive in a quiet cul-de-sac at the old Red River Army Depot.  The beautiful oak trees surrounding this peaceful center perpetuate a home-away-from-home feeling.

Our child care/pre-school is second to none and provides well-rounded, age-appropriate programs and learning environments for each child.  

Our school-age children take field trips to Skate America Fun Center during summer vacations and anytime school is out.  Our pre-k, 4-year-olds and 5-year-olds take weekly field trips to Skate America Fun Center.  Your children will enjoy 15,000 square feet of climate-controlled play area, skating, laser tag, and non-violent video games while gaining self-confidence as they master new skills.  Back to top of page

Both Locations

Baby Walking

Listed below are some of the many reasons you and your children will love Children's World Child Development Center.  Please be sure to also read our "About Us" page to find out about our credentials, our "Quality Child Care" page to learn about our philosophy and goals, and our "Curricula" page to learn more about the class your baby or child fits into.

State Licensed
Ages 6 Weeks - 13 Years Old
All teachers certified in CPR and First Aid
Hot Breakfast for all children
2 Daily Snacks
Low Child/Staff Ratios
Christian Based Curriculum
Kindness Based Curriculum
Daily Drop In's Available
Pre-school Learning Program
4 and 5 year old Pre-Kindergarten
Summer Program filled with fun
Video Surveillance System
Shuttle Service to and from after-school activities

Children learn what they see and hear, and our staff will consist of people with good morals and the capacity to love each and every child for itself alone.

We welcome suggestions, moral support, and interest in our programs from our parents.  Parents should feel free to look into the busy, noisy, creative, and happy classroom at their discretions.   Back to top of page



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About education for Children With Special Needs

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