If you’re like me, and well most other parents, we are always seeking new, fun and exciting events and experiences to share with our little darlings on any given day, but most of us tend to stick with word-of-mouth or we find places by the random web search. So here’s my word-of-mouth guide to kid-friendly resources to help plan your week in Redmond.
And this is my Disclosure here, Loves:
If you look at any kind of review for a place of business, know that the experience could and probably will be different for all of us! Well, unless there's like an overwhelming response of over thrity votes all in the red, then of course then we would probably be making a different assumption... but, most of the places listed below will have a Free Trial class for you to try the experience out for yourself. Try it...you may like it!
The places below that I have personally been to are great with answering questions and taking the time to explain their process and policies. It's always a great idea before trying anything new to research each business, what you want to get out of it and go in with a list of questions so that there are no suprises.
The following businesses with a * next to business name are those that I personally endorse as a fun place for kids.
They rock the sport arena in everything Soccer (including Kids Camps)… Want a Perk? They have Inflatable Bouncy Houses Tuesday through Fridays until 3 p.m.!
Art School Ellen (425-445-6829)*:
Ballet and beautiful performances that end each season!
The business name speaks for itself!
Variety of dance classes and camps.
Enjoy classes and open gyms that focus on your child’s physical skillset with a wide range of activities, including Kids Camps.
Enjoy a variety of interactive play, art and music classes with your little one.
Open Play, Art, Kids Camps, Nia Mommy and Me Dance, Nutrition Classes and More
Open play and a variety of different classes
Rock climbing for ages 3 and up
Mall Play Areas
Play in the fountain by , make music by or play by .
You know that I’m going to tell you to stay local! We could talk about Bellevue, but that’s a different article! So, we are not going there… today! Stay local!
Check there website for Story Times to fit the age of your child. There are multiple programs going on, including a Summer Reading Program with rewards!
Second Saturday of the month
Kids Get to Pick Out a Free Book! Reading with Rover will be back in August!
The Ruby Slipper Guide! These gals know what’s going on just about everywhere in the greater Seattle area, so please check their site often or sign up for their newsletter.
Need some time indoors and want to save a few dollars? Check out Education.com!
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