Looking for Indoor Activities to Do with a Toddler

Updated on September 30, 2007
T.K. asks from Spanaway, WA
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I'm looking for indoor activities to do with my 14 month old daughter. The ymca where i used to live has playgroups that anyone can attend, you don't need to be a member. They open the gym up and put out lots of activities. I'm looking for something similar, so that my daughter can get interaction with other kids and something to do to get her out of the house during the rainy season. puyallup area

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have you thought about the little gym? It's right by the South Hill Mall, a little more reasonable than the Ymca, and at your daughter's age, they may have a class you guys can do together. The staff is super nice.

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here is one in sumner that i have been to. its $3.00 but worth it...
• Indoor Play Park
Toddlers rule! At "Indoor Play Park" program
everything is set up with kids ages 1-5 in mind.
We have music, toys & equipment for a fun and safe
play session. Parent must be present to supervise
their children at all times. Space is limited to the first
35 children through the door. A parent with 3 or
more children must have an additional person to supervise
their children. Indoor Play Park will run from
September 4th, 2007 through May 1, 2008. Indoor
Play Park is closed when Sumner Schools are closed.
Cost: $3 per child at the door
(Passes available at $25.00 for 10 visits)
Location: Robert Miller Gymnasium
Days/Times: Tues. & Thurs., 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM

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answers from Seattle on

There is a YMCA in Puyallup. It's called the Mel Korum YMCA. Your daughter is the only one that would need to be a member in order for her to enroll in the group classes. There is also a Little Gym on Meridian that offers classes during the fall. The library in Down Town Puyallup also has story times twice a week or so that doesn't cost anything.

You can also look in the paper on Thursdays I think and it will give a lot of activities in the area for the weekend, some free, some not.
Good Luck!

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The Children's Museum in Tacoma and Olympia are free the first Friday of every month and I think like after 3pm it's half price, so its maybe like 4 or 5 dollars. They are both fun places to take the little ones. The one in Olympia even has a special area just for toddlers. Its the best! My daughter likes it alot, especially in the water play area!

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