We’re excited to announce the launch of KidPass Online Classes to help families discover and book amazing activities while at home! To celebrate the launch, we will be hosting FREE ONLINE CLASSES every day on the KidPass Live Stage! This will be a free livestream series that showcases many of the incredible classes and instructors on KidPass. Check out the upcoming schedule: Tuesday, September 29 10:00 AM ET – PreSchool – (3 years – 5.5 years) with Young Gates 10:30 AM ET – The Whole Book Approach – Story Time with Miss Jessica with Jessica Melton – Virtual Instructor 12:15 PM ET – Water Cycle & Rain Clouds with iCamp 12:30 PM ET – Baby Sign & Music Class! with Sunshine Babies & Kids 01:30 PM ET – Intro to Psychology class with Ms. Donna 02:00 PM ET – Tibetan Bowl Meditation with River Rain 02:30 PM ET – Live Cooking Class! with Cooking Round the World 03:30 PM ET – Make your very own delicious and nutritious dill pickles! with Teacher Klara K. Ibarra 04:00 …
We’re thrilled to announce that KidPass has expanded nationally. Now, families anywhere in the country can learn theater from actors in Los Angeles, STEAM from scientists in the Bay Area, and painting from artists in New York City. As always, you can book classes individually or sign up for a monthly subscription to get additional members-only discounts. In addition to our national launch, we know that many families and teachers are facing financial hardships at the moment due to the coronavirus pandemic. To support our community, we’ve launched a new KidPass Cares initiative to assist both families and teachers in need. For families, KidPass is offering $100,000 in free class grants this month to make classes more accessible to families in need. Up to $50 per eligible family can be applied to a class or semester program purchase. With thousands of schools on part-time schedules or fully-closed, parents are looking online for classes more than ever. If your school has been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, you can request a free class grant by submitting this …
Dear KidPass Community, From all of us at KidPass, we wanted to reach out to let you know that we are actively monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and are taking steps to help keep our families and partners safe. The safety and well-being of our community is our highest priority. We wanted to share the actions we are taking to help support and protect our community, and what you can do to help: What we are doing Closely monitoring the situation and taking action. We are following updates and guidance from the CDC, the World Health Organization, and local health officials, and actively sharing these links with partners and parents. Additionally, we are continuing to publish helpful articles on Mommy Nearest including how to talk to your kids about coronavirus, how to properly wash your hands according to the CDC, and advice if you are pregnant. Supporting partners and keeping schedules up to date. Many of our partners remain open and we are working closely with them, using both our new self-management tools and our account management support, to assist with schedule …
It’s that time of year—when our little ones are promising to eat healthier and exercise more. Just kidding! While we’re not going to swap your toddler’s cookie for a carrot—we don’t want to be the bad guys—we can help your little ones get active. From karate to swim to dance, we’ve rounded up our top picks to burn off some energy and have a blast doing it. Bring it on, 2020!
A New Year in New York means new things to do! From slime to soccer, to rock music to Italian lessons, there are lots of new options for kids of all ages. Read on to learn more about some of our faves!
Happy New Year to the amazing families (that’s you) who make up the KidPass community!
Family and friends coming to town and looking for ways to entertain them along with the kids? We’ve got you covered! From the best museums for visitors of all ages, to NYC classic attractions, to tours for visitors and locals alike, there’s a lot you can do right here on KidPass (and other stuff we just love to recommend.) Read on for all our ideas!
Is the upcoming school break at the top of your worries list? Never fear, KidPass is here. We’ve got tons to do in the Bay Area over break, from camps to family outings to classes and playspaces and more. Check out our list below!
Worried about your kids bouncing off the wall during holiday break this year? That’s what KidPass is for! Besides our regular array of things to do, we’ve got hours-long or day-long drop-off camps, classes that’ll be sure to tire them out, museums to visit as a family, and so much more. Boredom will not be an option!
Anticipating your kids bouncing off the walls during their week (or two) off? We’ve got ways to keep them entertained! From gymnastics camps to music and art lessons and more, there’s sure to be at least one (typically more!) things to capture your little one’s fancy over break. Read on for our picks!
Kids bouncing off the walls and looking for something to do? Luckily, you live in an area with no shortage of ways to play. We’ve rounded up some of our favorites right here on KidPass — check them all out below!
Feeling stressed and busy this time of year and need to take some time out to enjoy the season with your family? We’ve got you covered! From skating to arts and crafts to sing-alongs and more, there’s plenty to do in the LA area to get you and your family into the holiday spirit. Check out all of our picks below!