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Awwwww! There is nothing cuter than an ice skating lessons for kids and toddlers. Sure they are learning how to balance, fall safely, stop, and glide but really can they get any cuter!? At any of our ice skating classes for kids feel free to fill up your camera roll with the cutest pictures of your child ever skating on the ice. But also, why are kids and toddlers so instantly good at ice skating? Yes, kids can learn languages overnight and have taught you how to connect all your devices to wifi but how are they also instant ice skating pros?
It probably teaches them to be so stinking cute but we can’t confirm the science of that. We definitely know it teaches them about resilience, confidence, focus, letting go, and most definitely having fun. Emotional residence comes from falling and getting back up again and knowing you’ll get it next time. Literally, this is exactly what happens during our ice skating classes for toddlers. Even during our ice skating lessons for kids, they are learning how to fall and get back up again.
Our lessons teach them that it’s okay to fall because we teach them how to fall, and we teach them how to get back up and we do that over and over as many times until they feel so okay with failing, I mean falling, that they aren’t afraid of it anymore.
All great superhero have extreme focus; our super slippery synthetic ice rink provides that training. If you aren’t focused on your balance, you’re going down. Superheroes also have a lot of confidence; we see that when a kiddie lets their balance buddy go and takes off to the center of the ice rink on their own. We also know that superhero’s help others and we can definitely say during our ice skating lessons for toddlers that the kids cheer each other on.
They may show superhero status but the number one thing we see in our ice skating lessons for kids is the fun they are having, is definitely KID fun. Childhood is for making memories and it’s also for building life skills. When you can find an activity that does both, then you are nailing parenthood. How they build their skills is equally as important as where they build them. When a kid feels comfortable to fall and fail they learn that growing is fun. For us, watching them grow is incredibly fun, it’s magical. We know, it’s important we make their experience of growth just as fun for them as it is for us.
And you better believe we are taking all the cutest pictures we can!
Getting a ton of money for your school or community program depends a lot on where you’re hosting it. Your chosen fundraising venue might dictate who comes and how many extra “fundraising participants” they bring.
1. Doesn’t sacrifice health for fund$.
Most school or community fundraising venues are restaurants, specifically ones that won’t break the bank for families which usually means you’re not really getting a healthy meal. Raising much-needed funds for kids shouldn’t sacrifice their health to get it. A double cheeseburger meal maybe only happens once in a blue moon, but families today are spending more time, energy, and money than ever before on making sure their kids are eating the best quality foods at all times.
2. Active kids= happy kids…and parents.
An active fundraiser like one at our all-season ice rink allows kids to stay active and enjoy themselves with friends and family outside of school. We know an active kid is a healthy kid. We also know an active kid makes parents happy.
3. Active fundraising venues give more $ back!
Our all-season ice rink donates 50% of our proceeds to any fundraiser hosted with us. Most restaurants can only offer 15-20% due to food costs and labor.
4. Active fundraisers allow everyone’s personalities to come out.
We know Mom and Dad are fun because they keep telling us how fun they are but getting the chance to see them skating on the ice sling and laughing is a big parent deal. Kids want to have fun with their parents. Families can have a lot more fun gliding around our all-season ice rink than sitting at a booth eating fries.
5. Active fundraisers are more unique.
Fundraisers happen once or twice a year but throwing a memorable one where parents, teachers, and students will talk about takes some planning. An exciting and unique venue is our all-season ice rink that allows families to skate no matter the season. We provide balance buddies to help beginner skaters stay off the rail and in the fun as well as free tips and tricks to help any skater get better instantly.
Make your next fundraiser one that is truly centered around a family friendly lifestyle and host at the best fundraising venue, Indoor Ice Rinks! Contact us today and reserve your date.