Visiting the Play Pals Exhibit
I am going to visit the Play Pals exhibit at The Strong museum.
Things will be different from my last visit. This is to keep me and my adult healthy. Museum hosts will be wearing blue shirts and masks. The museum may smell different than I remember. I will smell the cleaning supplies that the workers are using to clean the museum. I might see workers cleaning while I am visiting the museum. I can help, too, by cleaning my hands and not touching my face.
To visit Play Pals, I will go with my adult up the stairs, or we will take an elevator to the second floor. When I enter the exhibit, I may see other children playing.
I can play with toy dinosaurs and soldiers at the adventure table. Maybe I will visit the teddy bear check-up station and pretend to be an animal doctor. I can take turns with other children at the check-up table. If I want, I can check a stuffed animal in a scanner to make sure it is healthy. I can play a teddy bear operation game. The tools will make noises and flash lights when I play. I can go inside a play house. Inside the house I may like to take care of a baby doll, pretend to cook, or pick pretend flowers in the garden. I will keep all of the toys inside of the house. Outside the house I can pretend to drive a car. The car has a button to honk the horn and another button to flash the car lights. If I want, my adult can sit next to me while I pretend to drive. If I want I can also play with Barbie dolls. I can use the Barbie house and garage.
I will stay inside the Play Pals exhibit with my adult until we are ready to leave together. I will have fun at the Play Pals exhibit.
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