Review: KIDZMONDO: a day of educational fun & play

From teaching kids the value of work and money, to letting them explore different job possibilities and to even getting to know better how their favorite products are made – KIDZMONDO offers all this in one place – and here’s your “Super Mommy in Beirut” review of it!

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the start of the journey

 

The first time we went to KIDZMONDO my son was 4 years old – we had a lot of fun – but I knew then that many of the concepts and activities were a little complex for his age – so now that he turned 7, I wanted to re-visit KIDZMONDO. This time we brought along his 9-year-old friend to make the day more enjoyable.

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the boarding passes

At the time there was an interesting offer of 45,000 LL* (30 $*) per child – which included:

  • entrance
  • one set meal (from a variety of options within the “city”)
  • one snack (from a variety of options within the “city”)
  • and a discount from selected stores inside.

*these prices are subject to change and these offers were available during our visit please check with KIDZMONDO for updated offers and promotions. http://www.kidzmondo.com/Beirut/En/Home

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From the start,  kids are forced to be independent because parents are not allowed inside the activities. This time this point was much easier now that my son was a little older and being with a friend surely helped 🙂

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While waiting outside for the kids, I got to talk and mingle with other moms that let the time pass quicker – and at the activities that the kids were alone in – I was prepared with a book.

Each activity is around 25 minutes – some more, some less – so I definitely recommend you bring with a book or just use this time to relax 🙂

What I  really loved in many of the activities was the educational factor that each brand and company participating offered.

They were taught the value of money – with some activities they actually were paid “employees” and others they had to pay for the fun.

Importance of Recycling offered by SUKLEEN.
Importance of Recycling offered by SUKLEEN.
Learning what happens behind the scenes when filming TV shows thanks to MTV-Lebanon
Learning what happens behind the scenes when filming TV shows thanks to MTV-Lebanon

 

Overall after a fun and full day the kids had a lot of educational fun. From painting walls, to constructing a wall, learning how their favorite products are made and even how to separate the laundry before washing – KIDZMONDO is a must-go-to destination for the kids to try out!

If only our country where adults rule was this organized …

The city where Kids rule
The city where Kids rule

 

 

 

Super Mommy Beirut Review:

Child Age Suitability :

4 years to 15 years

Stroller friendly:

Yes

Educational contribution: (scale 1-10)

10

Kids Menu:

A wide choice of restaurants to choose from

Price:

around 30$ per child

Revert to the KIDZMONDO website for updated prices and promotions

WOULD I RECOMMEND TO OTHER MOMS:

super-mommy-recommended

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