You plus your little, 8 hours to kill, dead of winter. A movie again? Nope, we say wing it.
Hey Mama, it’s time to check out the brand new World of Wings (WOW) in Teaneck.
Part playspace, part nature museum, but all amazing, this new center will WOW you. Reptiles, Butterflies, and Birds greet guests as they enter the atrium of the sleekly designed space. After meeting the non-mammals, visitors can create beaded jewelry, play 3D interactive digital games on a wall (so cool!) and ride a simulator through heart pounding plunges. Little miss girly pants will primp at the Prima Donna dress up area, while the under 5 crowd can hang in the “pretend” playroom, ball pit and bouncy house. Turn frowns upside down at the Bubble Room, where kids can make their own bubbles using the in-house wands.
And there’s no need to run off to lunch; pop into the “Grub Club” for a casual bite or grab a table at “Embers” for more serious dining. Those wanting to take it beyond a day visit can enroll in one of WOW’s signature classes in art or science or book a party for their next special occasion.
World of Wings
1775 Windsor Rd., Teaneck
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Do you know of any Lego Camps? - Julie C.
So many Lego Camps, so little time! Here are some we think are worthwhile to check out. Teaneck Library has a Lego Club for kids ages 6 and up that meets once a month on Mondays or Thursdays and includes story time, and Cresskill Performing Arts has a weekly class for Preschoolers up through age 9 that runs on Saturday mornings. Or if you live near Paramus, check out Kids U Lego class for 5 to 9 year olds which teaches creative, problem-solving, team-working, communication and social skills.
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