Kids hike, gather plants, and learn about birds during a fun and educational outing in Chicago’s Caldwell Woods.
Kids explore an indoor inflatable jump center.
Themed play areas with costumes and toys let kids’ imaginations run wild .
Wisconsin’s only safari park features animals from the region and around the world, including zebras, bison, antelope, and ostriches
US 501(c)(3) Museum is dedicated to preserving and honoring the domestic and international story of the blues and its impact on America
A workshop that helps build kids’ critical-thinking and analytical skills as they design and build programming codes and vehicles.
$109 for six kids’ swim lessons ($163 value).
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Kids will get a 11”x14” blank canvas to make their mark upon with included brushes and paints during 60 classes designed just for them.
Free Kids’ Event: Marble Bonanza.
Kids play pretend at an indoor facility complete with a pint-sized supermarket, dress-up boutique, pet shop, and post office.
Kids develop focus, confidence, self-discipline, and self-respect while learning self-defense skills that make them bully-proof.
During storytime at a Roscoe Village kids’ clothing boutique, theater vet Nili Yelin performs stories for 2-year-olds and their families .
Age-appropriate classes introduce kids to the basics of tumbling and gymnastic routines.
Nonprofit bookstore whose sales benefit literacy programs hosts a free storytime for young kids every Saturday morning .
Kids play inside a facility that’s full of educational installations, including a grocery store, then choose a stuffed animal and an outfit.
Music and theater classes are tailored to children’s needs, fun and developmentally appropriate but entertaining for caregivers too
Mixed martial arts classes help kids develop focus and self-discipline while teaching them self-defense; classes also available for adults.
Free Kids’ Event: LamaSeuss Story Time.
Kids ages 4–8 explore their creative sides while working through weekly craft projects at Cat & Mouse Games.
Free Kids’ Event: Origami Open House.
Kids ages 6–12 gather at Cat & Mouse Games to play the Pokémon Trading Card Game during Saturday meetings of the Pokémon League.
$28 for four weeks of 45-minute gymnastics, dance, or cheer lessons for kids ages 2.
Kids build confidence and self-esteem during martial arts classes; supervised parties for 10 or more with games and activities.
Make birthday parties even more memorable with a visit from your child’s favorite cartoon princess or mascot
Kids will enjoy an Olympic-themed party kit, which features educational materials about the Olympics, Brazil, and international sports.
$100 credit toward a kids’ birthday party ($100 value).
Up to 12 kids can run through relay races, tackle obstacle courses, play, dance, and trampoline before breaking for cake.
Puppet construction, line art, painting with color theory, and manipulating selfies are covered during camps for kids of all ages.
Young kids and their families might dig around the soil kitchen in the indoor children’s garden or meet live animals during Wednesday events.
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