Kids seem to have unlimited energy. Even after a long day at school, they can still be bouncing off the walls and causing chaos. Your child needs a family-friendly activity to help them burn off that excessive energy. But, sometimes it’s difficult to know which activity will be the best for your child. When is it better to visit a trampoline park over an indoor inflatable bounce house and vice versa? These two family-friendly entertainment options come with their own pros and cons. Let’s dive into each option and examine how they might work for your family.
This time of year is challenging. So many factors play into the back-to-school blues that many families experience - especially those with young children who don’t get to go back to school with their brothers and sisters. If the cooler weather, lack of activities, and fewer kids to play with has your little ones in a funk, you should check out our Lakewood Mall bounce house.
Warm summer days are finally here! But, that can mean different things for all ages. On summer break, kids are hoping to have as much fun as possible. Adults, on the other hand, don’t have a break from their work, so they need to find some fun, safe, and physical summer activities to occupy their kids. To help all the parents out there, here are a few ideas of activities for kids that can fill up your summer schedule that you may not have considered.
As a parent, you want nothing more than to keep your kids safe. This can hold you back from trying experiences that you know you would have loved as a kid. Things like riding a bike, trying a gymnastics class, or playing on a bounce house can seem too dangerous for your children, despite the immense values they have for fine and gross motor skills, among other things. While we can’t speak much to riding a bike or learning gymnastics, we do know a thing or two about bounce houses and we’d like to share with you some of the things you may not know about the benefits of playing on a bounce house as a kid.