Kids Activities in Mount Lake Terrace


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  • University of Washington Huskies Hockey
    Members of the Pacific-12 Conference, the University of Washington Huskies athletic department boasts a rich history of triumphs. In 2001, their football team added a Rose Bowl victory to a trophy case that already contained the laurels of four national titles, the most recent of which occurred in 1991. In 2011, the men's basketball team claimed its third Pac-12 tournament title, and in 2005, the women's volleyball team steamrolled competition en route to its first-ever national title. Much of the Husky-related glory unfolds on the floors and fields of UW's lineup of pristine facilities, which includes the historic 72,500-seat Husky Stadium and raucous Alaska Airlines Arena.
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    22202 70th Ave. W
    Mountlake Terrace, WA US
  • Another Castle Video Games
    Another Castle Video Games creates a refuge of never-ending fantasy world and quests to complete. Play as your favorite NBA star or slaughter invading aliens in a first-person shooter. A series of arcade games get you off the console and into your mission, while pizza and beer provide a welcome relief when your character runs out of ammo.
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    23303 Highway 99
    Edmonds, WA US
  • Shoreline School District
    Dify Fitness’s founder and head trainer Mark Haner likes to joke around, talk, sing praises of his hometown, and above all, assist kids and adults on the journey toward long-term wellness. For more than 11 years, Mark coached local teens on high-school basketball and track teams, eventually extending his fitness expertise to adults via private-training sessions, boot camps, and instructional online fitness videos. Defying the stereotypical behaviors associated with hardhearted drill-sergeant trainers, Mark’s good-natured teaching methods include constant encouragement and nutritional support, and never yelling or laughing at a toupee knocked askew during jump-rope warm-ups.
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    18560 1st Ave NE
    Shoreline, WA US
  • Musikgarten
    Musikgarten classes elevate kinesthetic, logical, spatial, and social intelligences through musical instruction to children ages 3 months to 10 years. Each course responds to the developmental needs of a particular age group, with activities and acquired skills becoming more complex as classes ascend in age group. Family Music for Babies (ages 3?16 months) engages an adult and infant with 30?35 minutes of bouncing songs, dancing, and playing simple instruments. Curiosity curdles in amateur earthling brains and a foundation for future musical exploration is set during the Cycle of Seasons course, where children 3-1/2 to 5 years of age flirt with the foundations of rhythm and tune, coddle concentration skills, and garner the ability to self-express through sound waves. The Young Musician and Piano class, for ages 4-1/2?6 and 7?10 respectively, focus on symbolic thinking, memory, and listening acuity, and run for 55?60 minutes or until the first prodigious rock opera has been composed.
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    819 Northeast 180th Street
    Shoreline, WA US
  • Challenge Island
    Established: 2013 Reservations/Appointments: Required Staff Size: 2?10 people Average Duration of Services: 2?4 hours Brands Used: We proudly use recycled and green materials in the classrooms. Pro Tip: We always want to know your child's unique traits and qualities?such as special dietary, social, and physical needs?so expect a registration form. Please fill it out and return it as soon as possible. Handicap Accessible: Yes Parking: Parking lot Most Popular Attraction/Offering: For grades K?2, it's Beach Party; for grades 3?6, it's Volcano Island. Recommended Age Group: 5?12 Q&A with Tamara Menteer Gonzalez, Owner And Lead Island Fun-time Hostess. What is Challenge Island? Challenge Island is based off the TV show, Survivor?but the good news is, nobody gets kicked off the island. Every island has a different set of challenges. We use recycled and green materials that can be found in most home pantries, so children can challenge themselves (and others) again. The program is designed to introduce intellectual challenges and encourage children to interact with others, rather than taking on each challenge alone. Children start by thinking through the experiment and drawing out plans by brainstorming with their tribes. Then they tackle the challenge once and determine if anything needs to be fixed before trying it again. Sometimes challenges have up to three opportunities for improvement. This is scientific methodology at its best. The entire program is structured in a manner to address the child's thinking powers and improve social skills, team spirit, and public speaking skills. Many intellectually smart children have unique differences in the social spheres due to how their minds work. Our camp focuses on the child in a holistic fashion. Our teachers also undergo background checks, and campers may request to be placed in the same tribe as their friends. I'm a first-timer. How do you get me ready for the experience? Children should dress comfortably. Snacks should be sent along for our four-hour camps; otherwise, we will offer popcorn and some vegetables and fruit. Children will be asked to be good team players and social skills are part of the regular curriculum. Just make sure your child is rested, well fed, and does not have a tummy full of sugar, and things will likely go perfectly. However, if a child becomes unruly, parents will be called in to participate with their child until the improper behavior stops. Have you ever been a patron of your own business? If so, what was the most enjoyable part? I did get training by being a "student" in both Las Vegas and Atlanta. The best parts of the experience were gaining a sense of belonging to a team, thinking confidently about engineering concepts, and having a ton of fun. I laughed and used my brain a lot. Who knew building towers from paper and tape would be so challenging? And studies show that laughter improves learning.
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    Seattle, WA US

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