Activities for kids compensate for the downsides of growing up, such as doing homework and realizing that your original teeth are never coming back. Put a smile on a child's face with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $89 for a three-day Little Lambs camp, March 13–15, for kids aged 3–5 (a $185 value)
- $89 for a three-day Big Bunnies camp, March 13–15, for kids aged 5–7 (a $185 value)
- $185 for a five-day Safari camp, March 11–15, for kids aged 8–14 (a $375 value)
Little Lambs and Big Bunnies campers spend three full days interacting and learning about animals. One day, they may be holding a blue-tongued skink, the next, petting a hedgehog. Other animals include, but are not limited to, ferrets, guinea pigs, and sugar gliders.
Older campers can get involved in caring for animals during the five-day Safari camp, hosted at Saunders Country Critters. Each day, they work outdoors with real caretakers, helping them feed and clean the center's furry wards, which include lemurs, kinkajous, and dingo puppies. Campers should bring proper outdoor gear, such as rain boots and warm clothing, depending on the weather.
Pawsitively Pets for Kids
Pawsitively Pets For Kids fosters bonds between critters and kids with classes and camps designed to teach children to care for a variety of animals. Tortoises, chinchillas, snakes, and other exotic animals have all crawled, slithered, and hopped their way into Pawsitively Pets’ wide-ranging curriculum, along with more traditional domestic beasts, such as hamsters, kittens, and guinea pigs. During summer camps or classes held after school and on the weekends, Pawsitively Pets also uses kids’ enthusiasm for animal interactions to fuel projects and cooperative group activities, helping foster kids’ inner creativity and teamwork skills.
“I didn't know this business existed before the Groupon but having the Groupon offer made me jump at the opportunity and if it works out for March Break I will be...”
“I didn't know this business existed before the Groupon but having the Groupon offer made me jump at the opportunity and if it works out for March Break I will be using them again for Summer Camps. So far they have been very good to deal with and we are excited to go there.”