Kentucky's Largest Indoor Adventure Playground

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Icy road conditions and snowfall from last night has cancelled schools this morning in Fayette County. Kids Place will be open as usual from 10am-8pm. Get out of the cold and come play inside with us today! Get some pizza and some tokens and have some fun out of the cold today!

If you have any questions, please call us at (859) 272-KIDD (5433)

Hope to see you soon!

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Valentine’s Day is approaching which means that couples are frantically making plans for a romantic night out and if you have kids, perhaps finding a babysitter. It’s that time of year again and one option for your Valentine’s Day dilemma is giving your kids to the babysitter and sending them to Kids Place. Kids Place, as is with most holidays, will be open all day from 10am-8pm on Valentine’s Day giving your kids and the babysitter plenty of time to have a lot of fun and run out of energy by the time your date ends.

And let me tell you, there are plenty of things for kids to have fun with at Kids Place. We have tons and tons of games and items such as:

Colorful ball baths

Unique and Exciting slides

Challenging obstacle course

Bouncy moonwalk

Mountain Climb

Spider net bridges

Tarzan’s climb

Fireman’s pole

Air Bounce

Rock Climbing

Toddler area for tots

and more!

You work hard all the time and do a great job of taking care of your kids. You deserve a night out! And while you’re out having fun, let Kids Place be the place for your kids to have a good time too.

Schools are out today in Fayette County and Lexington, but Kids Place is open all day today! Come hang out inside, keep warm, eat some pizza and have a great day out of school!

We are open 10am-9pm today. Check out some great coupons on our website and have a great time today! Please be careful on the roads and we hope to see you soon!

The new games have arrived!  The game room at the largest indoor playground in Kentucky just got better!

Check out some of our new games:  Doodle Jump, Fruit Ninja, Wheel of Fortune and more!

Class has been in session for a few weeks now and we want to make sure your student stays on top of their game!

Did you know that being physically active makes your brain more active? Your child playing on the largest indoor playground in Kentucky can reap major benefits in the classroom! So let the kids come bounce off OUR walls instead of YOURS! Our slides, ball baths and obstacle course will be sure to satisfy your kid’s playtime needs!

Kids can’t play or learn on an empty stomach so make sure you give our Snack Stop a try next time you visit us! We serve tasty nachos, chilly slushies, delicious Domino’s Pizza and much more.

School is important and here at Kids Place, we offer FREE wi-fi for the older kids who need to knock out an assignment before engaging in an air hockey or skeeball game.
At Kids Place, we have everything covered! Click here to find out more or just stop by! We can’t wait to see you!

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We know your kids love playing in the park and splashing in the pool, but as the heat increases, so does the risk for danger. The forecast is predicting triple-digit temperatures throughout the week so keep it cool and safe at Kids Place. Staying cool and hydrated can prevent you and your child from suffering with heat exhaustion, dehydration, sunburn, and heat cramps. At Kids Place, not only can you play indoors, but you can also grab TWO refreshing soft drinks for the price of ONE on Thursdays. Beat the heat! Come to Kids Place, home of the LARGEST indoor soft play playground in Kentucky! Our playground features colorful ball baths, spider net bridges, and tons of slides! If gaming is your kid’s forte, then our air hockey and skeeball games will help them beat the heat as well! Plus, the air conditioning will keep the sweat away!

Looking for something to do on a cold and rainy spring break day?  Have your kids already seen Hunger Games, been to the mall and claim there’s nothing new on Netflix?  Well, take away the boredom and get the energy out at KIDS PLACE!

Today’s special (4.5.12) is “Thirsty Thursday”, get 2 for 1 soft drinks!

And as always, check-in on Facebook and get 10 free tokens!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Schools out!  Come celebrate MLK Day at Kids Place Adventure Playground!

Check out this cool video of MLK’s famous “I have a dream” speech:

Brrr, it’s 15 degrees out, snow and ice are on the ground and winter is finally here.   Many schools are closed today because of the weather, but it appears that Fayette County Public Schools will just be on a one-hour delay.  But, Jessamine, Clark, Woodford, Scott Counties all have the day off….Woohoo!

Check to see if your school is closed here: http://www.lex18.com/pages/school-and-business-closings/

There isn’t quite enough snow to build a snowman or go sledding, so come to Kids Place Adventure Playground!

Active kids get better grades.  Bring your kids to Kids Place Adventure Playground and let them crawl, climb, slide and bounce their way to a better report card!

Here’s what the New York Times says about activity and grades:

Exercise Yields Dividends in the Classroom

By NICHOLAS BAKALAR

Physical exercise in children improves not only cardiovascular health but also academic performance, an analysis of several studies has found.

The review, published in The Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, covered 14 prospective studies that included at least one measure of physical activity and one of cognitive skill or academic achievement.

Nine studies compared students based on participation in gym classes or organized sports, rather than on measurements of physical activity. These produced inconsistent conclusions.

But all three of the studies that measured time spent in physical activity found it associated with academic performance, and the two rated highest in methodological quality confirmed a positive relationship between physical activity and school achievement.

The reasons for the connection are unknown, but the researchers suggest that exercise increases the flow of blood and oxygen to the brain and may lead to increased levels of norepinephrine and endorphins, important in stress reduction.

The lead author, Amika S. Singh, a senior researcher at VU University Medical Center in the Netherlands, said there was no evidence about exactly how much or what kind of exercise is beneficial. But, she added, “I think it’s healthy to look for a good balance between time spent in academic work and in physical activity.”