From Our Editors
Great Play of Redmond taps into something that every kid has plenty of—imagination. The colorful gym and play place has even earned praise from the Huffington Post as "a fun way to teach kids motor skills." In addition to teaching programs, the complex's 3,000-square-foot arena combines training programs and interactive games shining from projectors to stimulate creativity, motor skills, and social skills in a non-competitive setting. Kids can work their pitching arms by chucking balls at virtual batters or keep their exercise in the real world with hula hoops, blocks, and mats that help little ones slowly accept their powerlessness to gravity.