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Weird News5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard

19:20  15 august  2019
19:20  15 august  2019 Source:   insideedition.com

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Five - year - old Noah was definitely impressed when he was set loose on the stash, his eyes lighting up as if it were Christmas morning. He doesn’t see disabled, or not disabled, or special needs , or not special needs . When I say plethora, it filled our front yard . Noah was just overwhelmed.”

Saroo was only five years old when he got lost. He was travelling with his older brother, working as a sweeper on India's trains. "I thought my brother would come back and wake me up but when I awoke he was nowhere to be seen. I saw a train in front of me and thought he must be on that train.

5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard © Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. Little Tikes surprised 5-year-old Noah Meiser, who has Down syndrome.

A Kentucky boy with special needs was overjoyed to receive a very special delivery — enough toys to fill his front yard.

Little Tikes surprised 5-year-old Noah Meiser, who has Down syndrome, with toys as part of its "Project Play Big!" series on YouTube. Host Brett Tutor visited the family earlier this year for one of the series' episodes.

"Brett showed up and they came inside," said dad Zach. "We sat down and we got to know each other, and then Little Tikes brings just this plethora of toys. When I say plethora, it filled our front yard. Noah was just overwhelmed."

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Michael Perham, a teenage boy from the south of England, became the only person to sail across the Atlantic alone. He walked straight back to his office in the Ministry courtyard. Miss Temple arranged for her purchase to be delivered to the Boniface, and walked back into the street, feeling like a fool.

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He added, "There was a sense of gratitude that we had for these people to take time out of their day and come spend it with us."

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5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard
5-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Surprised With Enough New Toys to Fill His Front Yard

InsideEdition.com caught up with Noah and his parents, Zach and Lindsey Meiser, at the Louisville, Kentucky, stop of the Little Tikes Play Big! Tour to hear more about what they learned from the experience.

"It really put into perspective that we could be doing more playtime with Noah," Zach said. "We could be doing more family time with Noah, which to him means the world. ... I think it's important for anybody who has kids to just turn the TV off, put the cellphone down, and to play with your kid."

Playing has helped Noah — who starts kindergarten in the fall — grow and develop.

"Noah doesn't see limitations," his dad added. "He doesn't see color or race. He doesn't see disabled, or not disabled, or special needs, or not special needs. Noah sees another human being that he gets to interact with."

Little Tikes is on tour this month and is encouraging families around the country to Play Big in their neighborhoods. Go to LittleTikes.com to get tour stop locations, find Tikes Play Tips, learn about products and retailer promotions — and more.

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