Aloha! We haven’t done a Hawaiian Princess theme in a while and we’re so happy to share this party with you. All the bright colors reminds us of summer. Check out all this cute decor for our Moana Birthday Party.
In our signature themed parties we adorn both of our walls with balloon garlands matching the colors of the theme. This party in particular had green, pink and yellow arches.
We love this customized banner the birthday parent’s provided for us for their little Hawaiian princess.
Our themed parties always include themed table coverings and a settings for each child attending. It makes the party complete.
Table Decor include tropical pom pom flowers, palm trees, and pineapples.
The main play area has transformed with two new play structures. We have added two soft play areas that your children will love.
Climb through the tunnels in our colorful honeycomb. The kids will love hiding in the cubbies and going down both slides. Parents will love the soft play features such as the slide that goes all the way down to the ground and the easy climbing stairs.
Our fire station got an upgrade too!
Check out the new fire truck! Be a real firefighter by riding inside the fire truck. Climb the stair way, go over the bridge and go down the slide.
These new items are so much fun. The kids will have a blast. We’re sure of it!
Check out this fun behind the scenes footage of the arrival our our new play equipment.
In 2019 we made quite a few changes to our operations. The changes were for us to run more smoothly, but also to set expectations correctly. One of reasons why people love us besides our educational play concept is that we help break up the day by running activities. Activities can include, but not limited to arts and crafts or sensory play.
You can find out when activities are happening in our calendar. Usually Monday thur Friday.
The craft activity for the week is announced the week before via our social media. You can follow us on instagram or facebook to view those updates. We will alternate between this two crafts every week while supplies last, otherwise there will be a filler craft.
Sensory, Building or Game activities vary depending on the number of staff available and the ages of children in the play area at the time of scheduled activity.
We hope these changes in announcement and times of our activities will make your visit to Imagine Play more pleasant, but also we hope this will make our day to day operations a lot more consistent. See you soon for play.
In honor of the month of love we thought we would set up a cute place for the kiddos to gather for a play date. Welcome to our version of kids Parisian Tea Party. The kids get to have a Parisian experience of their own by sitting on a patio at a table for two overlooking the iconic Eiffel tower.
The table is adorned with a cake stand where they can enjoy some pastries.
How cute are these pretend macarons and muffins?
Of course, the highlight is enjoying tea in these teeny tiny china cups. We love the design on the cups and how they come with little inserts for a real life feel.
We also included some tea party dress up clothes, which includes a hat, gloves, necklace, and purse. The kids will feel fancy while they sip their drinks.
We love changing the play area every month. Come join us in visiting Paris and playing tea party.
The kids favorite time of the year and our favorite time because there is just so much cool holiday art projects out there. We had two weeks of winter art camp full of games, art projects, chocolate milk bar and we even ended with a jingle dance party.
The kids loved playing the suran wrap ball game. We rolled a dice and they go to unwrap the ball as many times as the dice landed on. They walked away with lots of fun prizes.
The kids painted winter inspired figures.
….but our favorite project during the first week camp was definity this balloon faces. They were so cute and the kids loved walking around with them.
The week after we made lantern penguins.
The kids decorated their very own Elf hat.
How creative are these kids with their Santa mask? 🙂
We even had a fun wheel spinning game that we created using an Advent calendar. They won lots of prizes there too.
We’re so happy to announce our new infant play area for kids 35 months and under.
If you remember, when we started in 2017 our infant area was in the front of our eating area. We situated it there so it would be separated from the main floor, but it was problematic because of it’s size and it’s openness.
Finally after a year we have resolved this issue by taking away our smaller party room and creating a true infant area.
The room includes a soft play castle as a nod to our infamous play castle on our main floor.
Items from the original infant area moved in too, such as our ball pool, building blocks, and walker toys. We included some riding toys such as a rocker and bouncer as well.
On the other side you’ll find a very baby friendly market cart and a table with some knob puzzles and magnets.
The room has turned out super cute and we love seeing families with little ones enjoy it. It’s about 90% complete. There are still some plans for more sensory friendly wall panels in the near future.
If you haven’t been in a while and you have a little one 35 months or under come and check out the new space. We’re excited for all the new changes come to Imagine Play in 2019.