Winter break is just around the corner, bringing a change to the family routine. The kids still have a lot of energy to use. Since it’s their vacation, why not make it special with a holiday bounce house?
I’ve always enjoyed the bouncing around and wonderful feeling of temporary flight as I soar into the air before falling back to the surface before lifting off again. Treat the grownups to their own special session. Rules are the same as for the kids – shoes and jewelry off, no sharp objects, and no roughhousing.
The play area encourages the kids to leave the TV and video games. Happy laughter, encouraged by bouncing and the sheer job of freedom to move, makes the holidays special.
You’ll find the kids communicating with one another as they announce which direction they intend to go. “I’m going to fly really high!” They learn to judge distances and use their muscles to help balance their moves.
Talk with the other parents in your area to see if they’d like to share in the cost of setup and rental. It may even become a holiday tradition that carries on for years.
Have you experienced the joy of hopping around a bounce house?