The founder of Kidville and NYC mom Shari Misher-Stenzler agreed to guest blog about what inspired her to create Kidville and what has made it such a success.
If you are looking for a fun, interactive, indoor activity to help you and your little ones break up cold winter days, then I urge you to try out the Rockin' Railroad class at Kidville in Bethesda.
Westside families are hearing more about Kidville in Brentwood, an all-in-one preschool and playspace that opened its first Los Angeles location this summer, and it includes several other amenities for children and parents, too.
Camp Kidville gave me many different gifts, but now that we are full into preschool I can tell you the best gift Kidville gave me as a parent was the knowledge that my son would enjoy his classroom, and the joy of seeing the excitement to learn and attend school.
My son has always been out going, but even still as he headed into his third year, I was worried he wouldn’t be prepared for preschool come the fall semester.
I’m sure y’all have seen us mention Kidville on our Facebook Page before. That’s because we’ve had several opportunities to try out Kidville and now several of us are registered for their classes. Why? Because they are a DREAM COME TRUE!
Kidville is the ultimate indoor learning playground for babies and offers offer a wide range of creative classes including music, dance, gym, art, and enrichment.
The indoor lot the Mayor of Kidville oversees from the front desk might be the highest priced stroller parking in New York City.
Children have their own thoughts. With such a belief, Kidville think childhood is a golden period for parents to better understand their children, and also for the kids to realize what their interests are.
The school buses have hit the streets, the bell has rung , the books have been cracked opened, and just like that the kids are back to the grade school grind.