Let’s say your little one does something deserving of a reward. He cleans up after himself, he helps a sibling, he refrains from being annoying for a period of time, or whatever. You want to encourage such behavior, so what do you do? Give him candy? A toy? A trip to the arcade? Continue reading
One of the limitations on the mind of a young child is “lack of conservation.” A preschooler is unable to conserve matter as it goes through superficial changes in shape. So, for instance, if you take a ball of clay and roll it into a long, thin strip, the child will say, “Now we have more clay!” Continue reading
Enhancing early language development is one of the more important things that mothers and fathers can do for their child. And research has shown that talking a lot to your baby right from birth is one of the best ways to do that. This may seem like common sense. But it actually is not common sense at all. Continue reading
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What is Rompy’s Rewards?
Romp n’ Roll has partnered with Perkville to offer an online reward system called Rompy’s Rewards. It’s a fun and easy way to earn credit for coming to Romp n’ Roll.
How do I earn points?
You earn points by attending classes, booking parties, referring friends, posting to Facebook, and more. You’ll automatically receive an opt-in email from Perkville after earning your first points. Sign up and start earning points right away!
What can I get with my points?
You can redeem your points for items such as
- Rompy Water Bottle
- Romp n’ Roll T-shirt
- Gift Card
- One Month of Classes
- Private Playdate
- Birthday Bash
How do I get started?
You’ll automatically get an invitation email from Perkville the first time you earn points. Or, if you can’t wait to get started, click below to get signed up!
Currently, Rompy’s Rewards is only available at our Richmond, VA area locations.
Several researchers have attempted to assess the temperament of infants so they can tell parents if they have an “easy” or “difficult” baby. These efforts have been largely unsuccessful. While some children do display stable temperamental patterns right from birth, most will go through a series of different phases before things settle down after two or three years. Continue reading