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The Benefits of Bouncing at Monkey Joe’s in Copperfield Crossing

Posted on Jun 29, 2016

Foster positive self esteem for your child at Monkey Joe's!

Raising children is one of the most rewarding and challenging experiences a parent will face. Although life has it’s ups and downs, it’s important that parents encourage their kids to develop a positive sense of self-esteem. Growing up to be confident individuals can affect how children perform in school, how they get along with their peers, and how they react in social situations. Along with regular encouragement, remember to uplift your children with these tips on fostering healthy self-esteem in your child.

Encourage Social Interaction

Monkey Joe’s in Copperfield Crossing is a great way for families in the Houston area to meet, mingle and build friendships. Our playground is open for all children, 2 to 12 years old, to come run, jump, and tumble on a variety of inflatable bounce houses, slides and obstacle courses. While your kids burn off their summertime energy, they will also have the ability to meet new friends in the jumps! We encourage children and parents to socialize with another and enjoy their time in the jungle!

Gain Independence

Our playground is especially designed for kids. With the exception of our toddler area where parents may assist their children on the toys, we cannot allow parents to join their children on the inflatables. We encourage children to explore our playground with their friends and learn independence in a safe, controlled area. Safety is always our number one priority and we ask that all parents watch over their children while in our venue. Our trained staff members are also constantly walking around the premises at all times to ensure all our guests are playing safely.

Give Positive Feedback

Monkey Joe’s is a great place to praise your children for the things they accomplish in our jungle. When they complete an obstacle course or you see them playing with other children nicely, give them a high-five or big hug and acknowledge their accomplishments.