SuperMOPI Giveaway +Fun Things To Do With Kids In Nyc

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Am I the only one struggling to find events for kids during the winter? I feel like I haven’t done much with my son since the holidays so I decided that now would be the best time to update the blog with a fun list of events in NYC. I’m pretty sure I’m not the only one struggling with this. In the summer it’s so easy to bring the kids out to the park or beach, but in the winter you have to really search for things to do. I’ve decided to make this a monthly post so we can all stay in the loop about what’s happening. If you don’t live in NYC you could probably find these same events in your city because some of them are traveling events. Speaking of wishing it was summer, I’ve partnered with SuperMOPI, the most awesome

toddler motorbike ever, and we’re giving away one of their infamous motorbikes to one lucky winner.

bike is perfect for kids who haven’t yet mastered the art of riding pedal bikes. It goes fast enough to make it enjoyable, and they will gain experience with steering and controlling an object. We’re giving away the XL which is suitable for children between ages 2-4 years old. This bike is safe, sturdy, and durable, and it only weighs 3lbs so it is very easy to carry. Take a look at SuperMOPI’S Youtube page to see it in action!

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Events Coming Up: Spotted at www.mommypoppins.com

Feb 2nd-Feb 11th:

Thunderbird American Indian Dance Concert and Powwow – East Village: Dive deep into traditional Native American dance styles: Highlights will include storytelling, a Stomp Dance from the Southeastern tribes, a Shawl Dance from the Oklahoma tribes, a Deer Dance from the Yaqui Tribes of Southern Arizona, and more. Evening performances end with audience members joining dancers on stage for a Friendship Dance

Feb 9th-Feb19th

Sesame Street Live! Let’s Party! — Midtown West: The gang from Sesame Street is throwing a party, and you and your preschoolers are VIP guests! Families can sing and dance along with Elmo, Abby Cadabby, and Cookie Monster. Even Oscar the Grouch gets down at this shindig hosted by live emcees Casey and Caleb. But while everybody loves a party, people (and Muppets!) have different ways they like to celebrate.

Feb 10th

“Love Is the Message” Valentine’s Day Dance Party — West Village: At this dance party series for kids, NYC nightclubs are transformed into a kid-centric daytime party space where families together can listen & dance to DJs, see live performances, and experience a nightclub environment in a safe controlled daytime setting.

Feb 6-Feb 18

Lego Live NYC — Lower East Side: Lego fans, rejoice! The ultimate Lego event heads to New York City for one weekend only. Fans of all ages can spend hours elbow deep in 4.6 million bricks. Learn tips and tricks from a master Lego builder or spend the day exploring, designing, and building at one of the many themed stations. Take your Lego experience to new heights with mechanized bricks and join coding experts to learn how to program your models.

Feb 17th-Feb 25th

Japanese Snow Festival — Upper West Side: The Sapporo Snow Festival (Sapporo Yuki Matsuri) is one of Japan’s most popular winter festivals. and the Children’s Museum of Manhattan is hosting its own Japanese Snow Festival. All week long, take part in programs like ice-cream making, drumming, and snow sculpting and experience performances and workshops by dancers, musicians, chefs, and artists who will share the art forms and traditions of Japan.

Feb 19th- Feb 23rd
Kids Week at NYC Parks Citywide: NYC public school kids are off for midwinter break this week. Head to the park and join Urban Park Rangers FREE “Kids Week” programs, which includes tent building, wildlife Olympics, knot tying, animal tracking and more—in all five boroughs at no cost

Feb 18th- Feb 24th

Kids Week at the Intrepid — Midtown West: This weeklong festival is designed just for kids, with hands-on activities exploring the theme of science and the art of games. This year’s highlights include presentations by Mad Science, a demo by the Brooklyn Cyclones; performances of The Very Hungry Caterpillar; readings by children’s book authors; and talks and tours led by educators and scientists. Events are included with admission. Buy one adult general admission ticket and get one child ticket for free online with promo code: MPOPPIN-KIDS

Starts Feb 22nd< em>Frozen the Broadway Musical — Times Square: No description necessary! 🙂

Feb 24th – Mar 11

Teknopolis— Get ready to enter a high-tech wonderland as BAMkids hosts a cutting-edge, two-floor digital playground. Technology and the arts fuse to create a variety of immersive and interactive installations such as virtual reality adventures, motion capture stations, and digital environments you manipulate with your body.

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5 thoughts on “SuperMOPI Giveaway +Fun Things To Do With Kids In Nyc”

  1. These all sound like such great and fun events for kids. The Sesame Street live and Valentine’s Day kids Party are so cool!

  2. wow, those are really fun events, wish I was at NYC having this childhood fun with my son. Indian dance concert and sesame seed live got me too intriguing.

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