Play is a child’s work and their way of trying out new skills, whilst perfecting others. Providing a box of random pieces of LEGO and unstructured time is essential to ignite their imagination and develop their creativity
If you’ve ever built a tower of LEGO® DUPLO® bricks with your toddler then you’ve probably noticed that they love knocking it all down. It is called destructive play and it’s surprisingly important for your little one.
When preschoolers are sitting on the floor building castles and towers, it’s clear that they’re honing their fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. However, their brains are just as busy as their hands; through freewheeling and imaginative play, kids enter a very active learning zone that encourages their curiosity and builds their independence.
Know More … (new tab)
See what other parents and kids say!
What an amazing place!
Our family of four loved it at Kaleidoscoppe. You can see that owners really care about the quality of experience their visitors receive.– Jane Colbert
Will return again and again!
What a beautiful, clean & original play place! We went today for the first time & the kids totally LOVED it!! We HIGHLY recommend it!
There’s a play structure & an interactive screen if your kids are into that. But the thing that sets this place apart is that there are no “toys”. Every bin & surface is dedicated to open-ended & creative building sets. LEGOS, Duplo, Magna Tiles, and a ton of other building sets that we’ve never seen or played with before.The other thing that really sets them apart is the staff. They walk around interacting with the kids & helping/showing them how to use all the different building sets.
I also can’t wait to hear about all the classes they will be offering. We will definitely be signing up for some!– Oana