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What You'll Get
Since children are full of energy, it is good to let them run around or name them after local coal plants. Watch them burn off some steam with this Groupon.
$30 for a Four-Week Movement Class with Open Play Time ($98 Total Value)
- Four-week movement class (a $58 value). Each 45-minute class occurs once per week.
- Admission to Kids Town for open play on the day of the class (a $40 value)
Kids Town's Around Town Family Movements Class aims to help kids aged 1–5 develop their sense of balance, coordination, environmental awareness, concentration, and social ties while harnessing each kids' creativity. Fairy tales, songs, games, gymnastic exercises, and exploration capture pint-sized imaginations, with development activities seamlessly laced into the program.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 26, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Reservation required; subject to availability. Parents must be present during class. No siblings under the age of 1 allowed in the class. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Kids Town
In its more than 12 themed play areas, Kids Town not only entertains little ones, but also helps them develop skills for creative self-expression and social engagement. Kids explore the indoor pint-sized city, wandering through the central market with a kid-sized grocery cart before paying a visit to the princess palace, sheriff's office, fire department, and pet clinic. Afterward, youths can cozy up to the pretend-only fireplace to read a book on the petite plaid sofa or enter the dramatically lit party room, with its galactic carpet and Earth-bound walls or enjoy weekdays Bubbles Show and Thomas the Train ride.
All the while, the facility keeps kids safe with careful sanitation—aided by a strict socks policy and nontoxic, all-natural BabyGanics cleansers—and by forbidding all peanut products.