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Saturday, March 5, 2022

Top 5 Things to do on Friday

 

1. Take in a movie. Some movies have showings specifically for children with special needs, which can help your child feel more comfortable and confident during a movie outing. Check your local theater's website for details on upcoming sensory-friendly screenings.

2. Go sledding. Even if it's not snowing, you can find sleds and inflatable tubes to ride at indoor ice rinks, or visit an outdoor playground with plenty of slides.

3. Visit the aquarium or museum. Many museums are offering sensory-friendly days, where they limit certain sights and sounds that may be overwhelming for children with special needs or on the autism spectrum, such as flashing lights and loud noises. Check your local museums' websites to see what they offer!

4. Spend time in nature: Most kids love animals, so a trip to a pet store or zoo is sure to put smiles on everyone's faces! And if you have time, take a walk around the neighborhood and see how many types of birds you can spot! If you're feeling more adventurous, go camping!

5. Get creative: Do something artsy with your child! Create a scavenger hunt for them.
 
Top 5 Things to do on Friday

 

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