Evolving from the California Gold Rush, Sacramento still has traces of its history in its incredible museums, restaurants and fun festivals. It witnesses nearly 7 million visitors because of the exciting Sacramento kids events being organized each year.
In case you need a break from the scorching summer heat of Sacramento, we’ve also compiled up a list of startling evening activities for you too. There are a lot of other amazing family fun activities that will make sure your family will have a great time.
Other than these, the Sacramento kids events are also a great fun and learning spot as they are focused with the kids in mind. Explore the numerous events, kids activities, family fun and musical theatre shows that you might just not want your kids to miss.
Check the events per city and find out the best event for your kids. If you are an event organizer, you can also submit your event to us.ADD EVENT
We know that parents of children in special education have unique questions and concerns. That is why WarmLine created this training just for YOU! Knowing more will help you attend meetings confidently.
We will help you understand:
Participants will recieve a gift card, light meal and a WarmLine tote bag (one of each per family)
A Sibling Workshop is a place and time to play games and mingle with friends who "get it" about the good (and sometimes not-so-good) parts of having a sibling with special needs. The Workshops are a place for kids to have fun. They are also facilitated by adult siblings who also "get it".
Lunch is included. Please plan to sign your child in when you drop him or her off.
Join us for a special family movie event for kids with autism and/or sensory disorders. "Typical" toddlers and preschoolers are welcome too. We'll have healthy snacks, the lights will be slightly up, the sound will be slightly down, and kids don't need to remain seated while enjoying the movie. There will also be lots of fidget toys.
Celebrate author Mary Shelley's 200th anniversary of her novel Frankenstein! Tim Burton presents "Frankenweenie", where suburban schoolboy Victor resurrects his deceased dog Sparky as part of a science experiment. He then must contend with the unexpected complications of having an undead house pet, in this black and white classic film. (2012, PG, 90 min, Disney) Saturday February 24 from 10 AM to 11:45 AM at Sylvan Oaks Library, 6700 Auburn Blvd, Citrus Heights.
Join us for Sensory Storytime, designed especially for kids with autism and/or sensory processing disorders, featuring books, music, fidget toys and more! Noise and behaviors are not a problem. Parent participation required. Drop-in. Free
Emily Shuman BCBA from Gateway Learning Group will be presenting on Behavior 101: How to address challenging behavior and increase desired behaviors. The workshop will include an overview of the four functions of behavior as well as tips for increasing motivation and compliance.
Sacramento4Kids is an online family resource guide for kids within the Greater Sacramento area. From Events, Arts & Music, Birthday Parties, Camps, Child Care, Classes, Deals, Discounts, Schools, Field Trips, Health Providers, Kids Eat Free venues, Places To Go, Sports, and for Special Needs children.
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