We believe it's important to give kids the best environment in which to play, learn and socialize so that they develop the skills they need to be the best version of themselves. Our curriculum foster independence through age-appropriate activities; including playing, construction, movement, music, art and more.
Just as important, our classes are certainly a favorite of grown-ups; as parents also love any chance to meet and communicate with other parents who have children of a similar age - all learning about healthy independence together.
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Our bright, whimsical facilities were thoughtfully crafted to stimulate and engage little ones while keeping them safe. An abundance of colorful vinyl foam in the design makes things comfortable and easy to clean. Babies, toddlers, and preschoolers have a blast on our age-appropriate gym equipment
Little ones can socialize with other children and learn valuable life skills from each other. Our classes and activities are designed to foster independence, build confidence, and nurture creativity among kids between the ages of 3 months through 5 years old; providing peer-to-peer interaction that's vital to their growth.
Our play-based curriculum developed from extensive research and our own experiences. Our developmentally appropriate art, music, and movement classes and activities build physical and cognitive skills during these important formative years-but all kids know is that they're having fun!
Based on our research, we discovered that little ones progress most effectively when they're in the presence of parents and loved ones who express excitement and pride for their achievements. Our classes are parent-friendly, so they can take part in positive, shared fun with their child.
Our kids gym plays host to the best camp around! At Romp n' Roll, we invite little ones between the ages of 2 through 5 to experience the energy, creativity, and socialization of day camp. Our camps take place in the summer, winter, and over spring break.