Since becoming a work-at-home mom, one thing I’ve come to know is the value of a few kid-free hours during the day. Luckily for me, Camp Kidville offered Andrew a complimentary spot in their Dinos class this summer, giving me a much-needed break from the daily grind!
Camp Kidville runs from May to August during the summer for children ages 2 to 6. Each small camp group participates in developmentally-appropriate activities in gym, music, art, exploration and more.
Weekly themes such as The Wild Wild West and Safari Adventure set the stage for sports and movement games, live jam sessions with a Kidville musician, take-home art projects, interactive story time and dramatic play.
Camp Kidville lasts for two hours, twice a week. Since Andrew has never attended preschool or daycare, I wasn’t sure how he’d do when I dropped him off the first time. I worried for nothing — he didn’t even realize I was gone! He had such a great time with the other kids in class, and I felt secure knowing that he was learning lots during his time at Camp Kidville.
This is a great precursor to preschool. It’s short enough that your child can easily adjust to your absence, but long enough for Mom to get a few errands done during class.
Last semester we had a blast during the Kidville Rockin’ Railroad class, so I knew that Camp Kidville would be a hit. And I was right!
Kidville is quickly becoming one of our favorite places to spend the day in Dallas. My Dallas Summer Bucket List includes lots of activities for kids.
Disclaimer: I received a complimentary membership and tuition to Kidville as a contributor to Dallas Moms Blog. All opinions and photos are my own.