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 for WeePlay & Learn. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get one month of 45-minute early-learning playgroup classes (a $100 value), which includes one class per week for four weeks.
- For $29, you get one month of mom’s gym Pilates/Yoga or Zumba classes (a $120 value), which includes two classes per week for four weeks.<p> Classes are held Monday–Friday at 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 12 p.m., and 2 p.m. and are limited to the first 25 guardians who sign in.
Children explore their curiosity and develop social skills and moms exercise at WeePlay & Learn’s 12,000-square-foot play and workout center. Playgroup classes held every day of the week encourage children to interact in groups divided by development level and favorite shape. Caring staffers engage emerging senses with music and movement, motor exercises, and toys in the WeeBabies play classes. Toddlers build confidence and fine motor skills as they clamber over equipment, and older tykes encounter ABC’s and 123’s for the first time so they can finally translate instructions and assemble their own playhouses. Preschoolers practice sharing as they learn more about the alphabet and experiment with musical instruments. Art decks the walls of the colorful, carpeted playrooms, where natural light floods through floor-to-ceiling windows to illuminate children at play.
Every morning at 8:20 a.m., moms take advantage of fast-paced exercise classes, including Pilates and yoga-inspired PIYO workouts that build agility, balance, and strength. In cardio-driven Zumba classes, which target and tone muscles in the legs, arms, and abdominals, moms move to Latin music. WeePlay & Learn engages and cares for infant to preschool-age kids so that parents can exercise without worrying about their child crying until trainers resignedly change the music to “The Wheels on the Bus.”