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Things to do with kids in Weston : Indoor Arcade and Playground

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Things to Do With Kids of All Ages in Weston

School is back in but that still doesn't solve the question Weston moms face every day particularly if you have preschoolers; what are some "things to do with the kids in Weston." You probably won't want to take them to the many outdoor attractions like Everglades Holiday Park or Sawgrass Recreation Park because they are too young to appreciate the experience and there is a measure of safety concern as well.

When the weekend rolls around and the six year olds and up are at home complaining about being bored you are faced with the problem of going somewhere that both the toddlers and the elementary kids can enjoy.

Take the Kids to a Place Everyone (even moms) Can Enjoy

So you have kids spread out in age from toddler to tween. Where do you take them that will keep them engaged and happy given their different physical skills and mental development? Your 4 year old will be fascinated by inflatables and cartoon characters and your 8 year old may be bored stiff.

The answer is to take them to Little Java indoor playground in Weston. This 12,000 square foot indoor, air conditioned playground has something for every kid toddler to tween. Little people will delight jumping on and sliding down the gigantic inflatables while older kids can show off their balance skills on the rope course or tackle the challenge of rock climbing on the rock climbing wall.

For moms there is a café where they can enjoy their favorite blend of coffee or a healthy food choice and relax while watching their kids blow off steam.

And then there's the Arcade. Little Java has a great selection of modern day versions of old fashioned carnival arcade games that are designed for all ages (even moms). Kids can test their skill with games like ball toss and squirt gun and their score generates points that can be redeemed for fantastic prizes.

The arcade uses a play card that can be purchased at the kiosk that tracks both credits for play and points for redemption. No grubby quarters or tokens required.

A trip to Little Java will be viewed by your kids as an exciting day out and definitely answers that "things to do with kids in Weston" question.

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