When you need to get out of the house — and have littles that need to get the wiggles out — Kiddie Crusoe is probably one of the first places for you to think of! The 12,000 square foot indoor play space is full of bouncy houses, a pirate ship, kid-sized town, castle forts, rock climbs, tot park, and more.
But they aren’t just working on gross motor skills through play – they offer programs to stimulate growing intellects, too! Kiddie Crusoe isn’t just about adventures — they’re about EDventures as well!
This winter, Kiddie Crusoe launched new STEAM (integrated Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) classes. These drop-in preschool programs have young learners building, experimenting, and calculating. At one class, they might be making gingerbread boats. At another, they might be making slime or experimenting with colors and viscosity.
Kiddie Crusoe doesn’t just offer STEAM classes — their enrichment classes have it all! Art, cooking, music, movement, and more. Their NEW Class Pass offers parents flexibility without a long commitment. Purchase five classes for $55 and attend any STEAM Class, Kiddie Kitchen, or Little Matey class from now until May 2020. There are a few catches: You must register for the class you plan on attending at least three (3) days prior to the class and the pass can only be used for the child it is purchased for. Before or after class, kids can take advantage of Open Play (it’s included in the class pass — but you can’t use your pass for Open Play on a day when you’re not taking class).
Visit Kiddie Crusoe’s website for more information!
Curious about Kiddie Crusoe’s STEAM programs? Join us for a Pop-Up Play Date on Thursday, January 23rd from 10 AM – 12 PM. (cool) progeny members get a special $10/admission. Non-members pay regular admission. No advanced registration required. See you there! Have a Winter Adventure Membership? You get special $10 admission for kids on all weekdays through March 21st! Check your member benefits for any exclusions.
Editor’s Note: Photos by Jen Snyder.