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  • Casadie Morris

Indoor Activities to Explore

Updated: 1 day ago

Although it is spring now, it is still gloomy and that can limit ways for your little ones to remain entertained and engaged with their environments.


If you are looking for some indoor play ideas during these cold and rainy days for your preschooler or toddler read below!



Many community centers offer indoor play sessions for little ones - check out the Federal Way Community Center and the Auburn Community and Event Center, both have play opportunities in their gyms on weekday mornings. Taking part in a play session is a wonderful way to encourage your little one to play with others. Learning to share, imaginative play, and turn taking are just some of the skills that your preschooler can work on by participating in a play group. Also, check out your local library for story times and other more structured play groups for free!


If you’re concerned about your child’s social, or pragmatic, development, please give us a call at Circle Creek Therapy to schedule an evaluation!

 

Visiting the play areas at malls is another option for building social skills as you play indoors - and it is free! The Outlet Collection in Auburn and The Commons in Federal Way have play areas for young children. The Tacoma Mall and Westfield Southcenter also have bigger play areas, but tend to be busier. 


 

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