Scientists agree that the only reason adults have children is so they have a socially acceptable reason to visit amusement parks, eat at novelty pizza arcades, and see movies with Shreks in them. Put some fun in the oven with today's kid-friendly Groupon to TEGA Kid's Superplex. Choose from the following options:
- For $24, you get four 3.25-hour Friday Night Fun sessions (up to a $60 value).
- For $25, you get four 45-minute or one-hour dance, gymnastics, or tumbling classes (up to a $57.65 value).
- For $20, you get four one-hour motion-evolution general fitness classes (a $49 value).
Children aged 18 months to 12 years frolic on a myriad of kinder-friendly equipment and manipulate learning tools during sports programs, fitness classes, and recreation sessions in TEGA Kid's Superplex’s 20,000-square-foot space. Instructors encourage children in the motion-evolution program to practice an active lifestyle by teaching the importance of coordination, agility, balance, and discreet nose picking. Alternatively, TEGA’s one-hour gymnastics classes, based on the curriculum of the USAG Junior Olympic Program, challenge kids’ bodies, build their self-confidence, and teach them how to backflip over rival siblings during fights over the remote control. Three- to four-year-olds can also channel their inner Shirley Temples in dance lessons while tumbling classes train aspiring stunt doubles.
Tots can also opt to frolic freestyle during Friday Night Fun, refueling with a complimentary drink and snack between excursions onto TEGA’s slew of kid-friendly equipment. The 3.25-hour open playtime comes with supervision from enthusiastic staff members, allowing parents to sneak out to a dinner date or professional arm-wrestling tournament with an unworried mind. See the schedule for full details.
Though TEGA Kid's Superplex sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Tega Kid's Superplex
Owners Jeff and Michelle Dow met at the University of Iowa on athletic scholarships for gymnastics. After decorated careers that included spots on the U.S. Nationals team, the duo moved to Lubbock and founded Tega Kid's Superplex in 1995. Assisted by a skilled staff, they entertain and educate kids in teamwork and the athletic arts during sports programs, camps, and events. Though planted in gymnastics classes and fertilized with hand-grip chalk, the 18,000-square-foot facility has blossomed into a diverse space that teaches noncompetitive dance, cheerleading, tumbling, and swimming lessons that follow the USAG Junior Olympic Program's curriculum. The facility also houses a preschool, afterschool activities, and summer events and is a licensed provider of Motion Evolution, an interactive fitness program for kids.