Disclosure: My son attends Field Trip Club, but I am in no way receiving monetary or other forms of payment for this post. It’s just too amazing not to share!
Remember your grade school years? Some of us have to remember farther back than others. What were the best days of the school year? Field trip days, right? A field trip meant a break away from the desk, a chance to dive into adventure.
Now imagine if you experienced this adventure every. single. day. Your nine-year-old self would probably freak out – something akin to getting front row seats to a boy band concert. Well, that’s what you get with Field Trip Club – it’s childcare on the go!
Based in Olathe and serving kids all over Johnson County, this licensed program is packed with fun. An average summer day includes three field trips to destinations all across the metro area. Kids stay busy and engaged with activities that range from going to the movies to bowling to museums to farmer’s markets to parks to the zoo … and a wide variety of other fun places.
But Field Trip Club is so much more than places and programs. I could not imagine our son receiving better care. The couple that have run the program for the last ten years are simply amazing! A program like this could easily result in chaos from kids bouncing off the walls, causing a scene at each location; but with great guidance and high expectations, this group is known for their good behavior. The adult-to-child ratio can’t be beat, and you can have 100% confidence in this staff.
Simply put – Field Trip Club is the summer experience that we all wish we would have had. As a working mom, I’m happy that he’s not confined day after day, wasting away the summer days indoors. I’m excited for him to get to go, experience, learn, and play with good friends and caring adults.
Summer will be here faster than we know it (eek!), so I recommend that you check into this great program now. Visit their website: fieldtripclubolathe.com. Check them out on Facebook. Email them at [email protected] Call them at 913.221.BEST.
Let’s face it – summer is a terrible thing to waste.