Behind the trees we spied the bow of a boat,
and another pirate ship near Shelter 2 at Shawnee Mission Park.
My grandchildren had fun climbing, crawling, sliding and sailing through the afternoon.
A playful moose wrapped
waiting for Christmas.
A lucky penny–my grandson
would have missed,
if he had been playing
his video game.
Kaleidoscope at Crown Center is an annual event for my grandchildren. As soon as they come to Kansas they ask if they can go.
Give my granddaughter paper, scissors, crayons,
glue, glitter, stickers, etc., and she will be busy for hours.
No wonder Kaleidoscope is her favorite place to draw, color, paste, paint and create. It’s as limitless as her
We went again yesterday. She woke up early and was dressed by 7 a.m.
Not to be out down, her brothers
woke up at 5:30 a.m.
Is it a fly? Is it a frog? NO! It’s a hand washing machine! Complaints of “Do I have to wash my hands?” transform into pleas of “Just let me wash for one more minute!”
Even my one-year-old granddaughter
enjoyed being there. She ran to the
crayons and started decorating.
With ever changing supplies, it’s
something new every time we visit.
Kaleidoscope is open Monday-Saturday from 9:30-4:30.
The first session begins at 9:40 with sessions
beginning every 50 minutes.
It is amazing: all this fun and it’s free.