It’s important during the developing years for parents to do activities with their children. But where to go and what to do? Mommy and me classes are a great way to spend time with your own child and socialize with other parents – in fact, some of my own child’s first friendships came from mommy and me classes together. American Red Cross Parent Participation Swimming RDV Athletic Club This swimming program, which is flexible to adjust for your child’s age and skill level, teaches them both basic water safety and beginning swimming. Children learn about how to ask before...Read More
Month: January 2017
Let’s face it; your kids are creative geniuses. You know it’s true – the way that they used light blue on the kitchen wall, but a dark red on the dining room table, where it really shines in the light? Yup, kids love making art and they need a creative outlet where they can express themselves. Someone who can clean up might also be good. Here is a list of kid’s art schools in the Orlando area, where they can let their creative genius be free. Art in the Park Art in the Park is a mobile art studio,...Read More
Martin Luther King Day is a great time to teach our kids about the history of our country as well as to celebrate our differences. There are events being held in different locales across Orlando. Here are some of our picks for events to attend. 33rd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade The parade will feature local organizations, and small businesses, as well as top marching bands from around the country. Location: Southwest Orlando Jaycees, Orange Avenue, Downtown Orlando Date: January 14 Time: 10:00am City of Kissimmee Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade & Festival The parade will be...Read More
The holiday season is officially over and it is now 2017. You might be worried that there isn’t as much to do now that the holidays are over. Even though there isn’t as much going on, there are still opportunities to get out there and have fun this weekend in Orlando with the kids. If your kids enjoyed ice skating over the holidays, there is still a chance to take to the ice in Winter Park Village. Kids can also learn to skate, on wheels, over at Astro Skate; they are offering a lesson plus stay and play afterwards...Read More
If your kid would rather watch Chopped or Next Great Baker instead of play with their toys, then you might have a budding chef on your hands. Take them to one of these cooking classed on our list to help them hone their cooking skills, or maybe just to have fun, and who knows, they might be cooking dinner for the family soon. Kids Cooking Connection The Kids Cooking Connection offers classes for kids of all ages, starting with parent and me classes for kids 2 to 5, to classes that kids can attend on their own. Each...Read More
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