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From Western Massachusetts: Take I-90 to exit 25 "South Boston". Bear right towards Congress Street. You will see Sebastians on your left and the Silver Line station on your right. At the first set of lights, take a right onto D Street. Go up the hill and at the second set of lights take a right onto Summer Street. At the next set of lights the convention center will be on your left. Take that right onto World Trade Center Ave. Proceed over the bridge and check in at the white security booth on the right. Our center will be on your left. Security will direct you to turn around in front of the Seaport Hotel and pull up alongside the curb in front of our center. From points South: Follow I-93 North to exit 20. Follow the signs towards ?I-90 East?. Take the first tunnel exit to "South Boston". Bear right at the top of the ramp onto Congress Street. Follow the directions from Congress Street above.

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Talk to your child about what you are planning to buy at the market and explain that you need help finding those things at the store. When you reach the aisle where an item is located, hand your child the coupon and ask her to find the item. When it’s found, ask how she knew it was the right item (“It has the picture of the fish on it,” “I matched the letters on the coupon,” “I recognized the name,” etc.).


Keep your child in your sight at all times. Talk about classification and the areas of the store different items might be found.

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