At a young age, children are curious, full of energy, and eager to explore the unknown. However, wheelchair-bound kids might react differently due to limitation, insecurity, and sensitivity but that should not stop them from enjoying their childhood.
- Arts & Crafts - Drawing, painting and making DIY projects are enjoyable activities for young children to let their imagination and creativity run wild without any limitation
- Sports & Exercises – Play certain sports while taking in consideration of the children’s condition can still be fun. Wheelchair yoga exercises are also great to do.
- Play Pretend – This is always a fun and creative activity to do and there is no age limitation to play.
- Games – No matter if it is playing cards, board games, or a made up game, wheelchair-bound kids will not be left out when playing with a group of people.
- Wheelchair Art – This is a great way to make wheelchair- bound children feel excited to live in their imagination. Turn their wheelchair into a Batmobile or a princess throne. The sky is the limit!
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