Inclement weather forces children to play in their homes, which is literally the last place their parents want them. Make everyone happy with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $25 for two drop-in classes (up to a $50 value)
- $29 for three drop-in classes (up to a $75 value)
- $39 for five drop-in classes (up to a $125 value)
Kids aged 6 months to 3 1/2 years old can drop into the ABCD: Intro Motor Skills class. With parental support, little ones explore and play during activities such as tumbling, kicking games, and sensory integration. Activities are customized to various age groups, helping kids build motor skills. Older children can hone their athletic skills in the VWXY: Sports Skills Program or learn international dance moves during Zumbatomic. See the complete schedule here. Call ahead to schedule.
The myriad classes, activities, and programs at Great Play operate with one focus in mind: to spark kids’ passion for physical activity. At Great Play’s core lies an interactive arena, which Arizona Foothills magazine awarded Best Kid's Entertainment Indoors and Best Birthday Party Spot for Kids, designed to facilitate physical fun. Projector screens spotlight the arena's walls while sensors and a directional sound system inject interactivity into the slew of noncompetitive games and activities that help boost kids' motor and athletic skills. Monitoring the arena's playing field and adhering to the SCORE training method is an upbeat staff that teaches youngsters how to swing a baseball bat, bribe slam-dunk-competition judges, and trap a soccer ball by breaking each skill into a series of positively reinforced smaller steps. The staff also tailors birthday parties to birthday kids’ likings and hosts Parents Night Out events that allow caregivers to drop off their children and hit the town while kids play in the gym, feast on pizza, and catch a G-rated flick on a 100-square-foot screen.
91% of 35 customers recommend
“Great place. Our daughter loved it!!”
“My son had a lot of fun our first time! We are excited to go back.”