When: June 14, 2013
Where: 2nd Flr, Shoppesville Arcade, Greenhills Shopping Center
What: Unlimited Play Pass
Price: Php 149.00 Valued at Php 385.00 / savings Php 236.00
Groupon Site: Metrodeal / Deal Here
Daphne enjoyed going to the Kid’s Workshop. She got so excited she made a mess! Read about it here!
She didn’t even want to go home! The Ate there needed to turn off the lights, so that Daphne will see they are closing already!
I like the Kid’s Workshop! It’s bigger than we expected. It’s not like the other play areas we’ve been to! Here, a kid can make her imagination go wild. They can play make believe games with all the things they can do here, not just go jumping!
There’s a kitchen corner complete with a refrigerator and a cooking station. It also has plates and other utensils. The refrigerator has plastic fruits and vegetables.
There’s a ironing board also equipped with an iron, hangers and clothes. A child can iron her own clothes!
They have an area for art activities too! It’s too bad there were no more teachers when we were there. Because it was raining, the teachers went home early. Could have done a lot of painting! And I also think that they have sing and dance activities too, like Gymboree Style – Parachute, if there were teachers and some more kids around. There’s only 1 kid that time, and she’s about 1 year and a half. Not a suitable playmate for Daphne. Oh, there are also wooden rocking horses they can climb on!
There’s an area too with the usual pool with balls! Beside this, there’s a little house and a tunnel with soft material! In this area, there were bookshelves with books and some puzzles!
On the 2nd floor, there are computer gaming stations. Beside the gaming station is the reading area! A lot of books fill the book shelves! A little further down the aisle, you will see a mini room with 2 lego tables. On the shelf near it are 2 big boxes of blocks.
For the hyper kids who want some physical activity, there are 2 slides and a hanging bridge! There is also a barrass where you can go monkeying around! They also have an anchor wheel you can spin if you think you’re a pirate! (just like what Daphne did) There’s also a mini rock climbing ramp and a rope ladder!
Overall, I would rate Kid’s Workshop 8 out of 10! The area is really conducive for children’s physical and mental activity. However, the 2 points will go to lack of safety foams for the areas with wood material. Like under the hanging bridge and the rock climbing ramp. They should put safety foams so that kids can’t bump their heads there. At the very least, when they do bump their heads, it’s soft and not as hard as a wood!
Happy baby and a happy mommy!