Summer just started, but for most parents, you’ve probably already heard “I’m bored!” or “What are we doing today?” 100 times already. Worry not! We’ve searched the internet for a few fun ideas for children of ALL abilities to do this June! Take a scroll and let us know which one is your favorite!

Photo Credit: iFly


Several Locations

At iFLY, they don’t believe the impossible isn’t possible. They believe in encouraging people to dream big and dream often.

They’re proud to empower people to soar beyond their own expectations. To make this possible for every single person, iFly invites people of All Abilities to indoor skydive.

Learn more here.

Photo Credit: Sensory Explorations

Amon Carter Museum – Sensory Explorations

Fort Worth, Texas

Sensory Explorations is a free program for families with children of all ages who are on the autism spectrum. Families will have time to explore artworks in the galleries and get creative during a hands-on, art-making experience!

Learn more here.

Photo Credit: Galaxy Drive-In

Galaxy Drive-In

Ennis, TX 

Galaxy Drive-In is open every day of the week and now offers movies in digital on 7 screens! Find your favorite showtime here.

Photo Credit: Kemah Boardwalk

Fireworks on The Boardwalk

Kemah, TX

Kickoff the summer with an amazing fireworks show! Friday, June 3rd at 9:30 pm. There will also be live music starting at 6 pm that night!

Find more details here.

Photo Credit: The Children’s Museum The Woodlands

Donald Duck at The Children’s Museum

The Woodlands, Texas

Meet the delightful Donald Duck, sing him Happy Birthday and pose for photos at The Children’s Museum in The Woodlands this June!

Reserve your tickets here.

About the Authors

Apara Autism Center is a leading provider of ABA therapy in Texas. They understand the difficulty of dealing with uncertainty and are prepared to assist you with their collaborative developmental therapy support. If you’re looking for ABA therapy near you, they have centers in Houston, Dallas, and surrounding areas. Apara Autism Center employs a team of Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) and Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT) that can assist you with resources to help comfort your child during stressful times. If you need more information, don’t hesitate to call (844) 272-7223 or contact them with your questions and concerns.