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Join Us in June

Join Us in June

We love June, and we hope you do, too! Check out our events and activities for the rest of the week (and Monday), and then come join us for some fun! THURSDAY, June 4: ½ Off Drop-In After 5:00 p.m. FRIDAY, June 5: Flat-Rate Friday SATURDAY, June 6: Sundaes on Saturday With Movie and Games […]

PlanetKid Gives You . . . June

PlanetKid Gives You . . . June

Happy June, PlanetKid Friends! We are ready for the brand new month with our calendar of specials, designed just for YOU. New Month = New Coupons! Summer Camp! For your kids ages 5-8, we’ve got Jr. Summer Camp. It kicks off on June 8, so NOW is the time to sign up. Call us at […]

Mmmm, Orange—Minus the Mess

Mmmm, Orange—Minus the Mess

The orange is such a great, portable snack. Throw in your purse, a bag, the car. Not necessary to keep it cool, it will not easily spoil, and best of all, it is 100% healthy. It is sweet, too—that is a for-sure bonus. Messy, though, right? You may not always want to dig your fingernails into […]

PlanetKid Has a Super Summer In Store

PlanetKid Has a Super Summer In Store

IT IS ALMOST SUMMER CAMP TIME! Jr. Summer Camp 2015 (ages 5-8) kicks off on June 8, which means NOW is the time to start planning your PlanetKid summer weeks—we’ve got 11 of them all themed and ready to go! Click here for the full scoop! Then call us at (321) 259-7529 to register. Do […]

Project Pom Pom Fairies

Project Pom Pom Fairies

May Is a Month for Honor

May Is a Month for Honor

This week, National Teacher Appreciation Week, we honor teachers; on May 10, Mother’s Day, we pamper moms and mother figures; and on May 25, Memorial Day, we remember those who died while serving in the country’s armed forces. Yep, May is a month for honor, and we are grateful for our teachers, our moms, and our […]

National Teacher Appreciation Week: M...

National Teacher Appreciation Week: May 4-8, 2015

Clearly, teachers deserve appreciation every day for shaping the little (and big) minds of the world, but it is also fun to splurge a little during National Teacher Appreciation Week (May 4-8, 2015) and show them just how deep our gratitude goes. Any by splurge, we do not mean forking over bundles of cash on […]

Book Rec for Adults: The Girl on the ...

Book Rec for Adults: The Girl on the Train

Some say that The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins is a little slow at the start, and maybe it is because of the introduction of several characters and the back-and-forth date format within chapters that can be a wee bit confusing. However, the action starts rising at about page 50-ish, and then, WOW, this […]

Book Rec for Teens: The Absolutely Tr...

Book Rec for Teens: The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian

Teen readers really ought to bury their noses in The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie. Alexie brings to life an eye-opening, gripping, comical, and often unsettling account of a 14-year-old Native American boy who lives on an Indian reservation and endures hardships ranging from medical issues to bullying to living […]

KABOOM! Keeps Kids Busy Learning

KABOOM! Keeps Kids Busy Learning

KABOOM! is the best center activity EVER, according to Jillian Starr of Star Spangled Planner. It is quick and engaging, can accommodate any content area for as long as you need it to occupy kids, and the price tag for putting it together is minimal. The magic is in popsicle sticks (the high-quality kind that […]

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