We’ve pulled together 13 free classes that include Easter-themed crafts, yoga, gymnastics & more.
Throughout Spring Break, we have exciting week-long online camps and numerous drop-in classes in sports, STEM, dance, art & more.
We’ve compiled 19 free classes to encourage your little ones to twirl, sing, play, & dance into spring!
What says “Welcome, spring!” more than a free art festival? From March 8 to 12th, we’re celebrating the oncoming season with a Spring Art Fest!
March 1st starts Women’s History Month and we’ve pulled together a list of free classes to kick off the celebrations. All 15 classes promote girl power, highlight inspirational women, and are all-around worthy of any kid’s time.
Don’t miss KidPass’ 2021 Online Summer Camp Fair. Try out a free sample class and get your questions answered about numerous summer programs.
From February 6 to February 13, we’ve compiled 17 (free!) Valentine’s Day-themed classes perfect for your littlest Valentines.
We’ve rounded up 10 kid-friendly online classes that’ll make an impact on on your children not just for a month, but a lifetime.
While 2020 was full of surprises, we were humbled by your continued support and thrilled to help your littles ones continue learning all year long.
It’s officially Halloween season—and, since there won’t be trick-or-treating as usual this year, why not make your celebration last all month long? To kick off the festivities, we’re throwing a Halloween Spooktacular from October 12-16.
As a company, our mission has always been to enrich the lives of children everywhere. In an unprecedented time of change, this mission has been a guiding light for our company and community, as we have had to adapt to new challenges and have undergone a dramatic transformation over the past several months. In January and February of this year, KidPass had our best months ever as a marketplace, helping more parents book in-person kids classes than ever before in our history. However, when the COVID-19 pandemic started in March, in-person kids activities came to a grinding halt. As a company, we actively listened and responded to the needs of our community by rebuilding our platform to support online kids classes, including launching the KidPass Digital Platform, which helped teachers easily offer live video classes. By going virtual, we increased the size of our community from 4 cities in the U.S. to reaching people all over the globe. While education for children has radically changed, we’ve been inspired to see the KidPass community adapt and …
Crafting with Snow White and the Evil Queen. A musical cat show-and-tell. Making a lava lamp while learning Spanish. What do all of these activities have in common? They’re all unique—they all teach kids something new in an inventive way—they’re all on KidPass, and you can take them all next week.