December 21, 2017 - January 3, 2017    


Grab Your Fuzzy Socks! 

Baby, it's cold outside and parties in the park are just not in! 

Why not throw your party in a warm 9,000-square-foot indoor inflatable play zone? At Frogg's Bounce House the kids will be entertained for days with a l arge double slide, a jumper combo, two obstacle courses and a large birthday jumper! Not to mention the s pecial toddler gym, k ids playhouse, train table, building blocks, Frogalina, disco karaoke tiki hut, Little Tykes fun car, frog books, and lots more! 

Parents can sit back and relax in the comfortable seating area or snack on some of grandma's homemade cookies in the party room because outside food is totally allowed! Frogg's also allows outside entertainment and decorations, and will help clean up once the shindig is over. There are party packages for all sizes and budgets but don't forget your fuzzy toe socks because socks, and smiles, are 100% required! 
Frogg's Bounce House
· 16121 Brookhurst St.,  Fountain Valley
·  (714) 418-0442

How're You Spending Winter Break?

It's beginning to feel a lot like winter and you know what that means...winter break! 
We can either make the next 14 days of our lives the most stressful of the year (and wallow every night over the kitchen sink with a tin of cookie dough) or we can get smart and book a winter camp. These are a few of our favs but be sure to check out our CampGuide for a ton more options! 
December 27 - January 5: Children of all ages can enjoy hands-on arts and crafts, music, relays, games, and lots more! Themed days and activities add to the fun and atmosphere of their winter camps.  
Reason it's a fav: It's flexible. You can sign up for one day, if that's all you need, or up to four on the off chance you need the kiddos entertained all week. 

Jan 3-5: This three-day workshop for kids (7+) features both clay and drawing projects. Students will learn 2-D and 3-D art skills while they build and draw their favorite friends from a galaxy far, far away. 

Reason it's a fav: Umm Star Wars. Need we say more?
Jan 2-6: This winter, their camps will focus on modding in Minecraft, building and coding LEGO robots, engineering structures with K'NEX, and coding your own illustrations with Python.
Reason it's a fav: STEM is totally in right now. Plus, this is a great way to keep young mindz active over break!
Find a ton more on Kidsguide Campguide!  

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