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Spring News from Sky Zone South Plainfield: Toddler Time and Sky Camps


SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ - Sky Zone South Plainfield, which opened back in December, has several new programs for kids. Back in February they premiered their Toddler Time sessions where the motto is “If they can walk, they can jump!” Toddler Time is a special time just for the little ones where they can explore exciting new ways to be active, all while staying safe. Toddler Time sessions are only for those five and under and are held every Tuesday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. and on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. It costs $10 per child and $15 additional for each parent who jumps with their child. Sky Socks are included.

This Saturday Sky Zone is holding a special Toddler Time Easter Egg Hunt during their regularly scheduled Toddler Time. It is free with the price of the Toddler jump pass. The children will have the chance to jump and explore while trying to find Easter Eggs hidden throughout the trampoline courts. Sky Zone suggests reserving your spot online since Saturday Toddler Times sell out.

Sky Zone also offers Toddler Time birthday party packages. These are offered on Friday and Saturday mornings. The toddlers get an hour of jump time then they get 40 minutes in the party room where they enjoy Froot Shoots, pizza, and birthday cake. It is $18 per toddler jumpers and $23 per adult jumper and there is a 10 jumper minimum when holding a Toddler Time party.

Sky Zone is also holding a Sky Camp this summer. Sky Camp combines fun and fitness for a jumptastic summer experience. Sky Camp will be held in their climate controlled facility during three different weeks this summer: June 20-24, July 11-15, and August 22-26. It is a half day camp and children are dropped off at 8:30 a.m. and picked up at 1 p.m. For $179 a week, which includes a camp t-shirt, Sky Socks, and lunch, kids can practice their slam dunk on the Sky Slam courts, challenge each other to ultimate dodgeball, learn new tricks on the trampoline courts, create master pieces during arts and crafts, and much more. 

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