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Old 08-13-2010, 03:05 PM   #1
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Tumblebus?

Tumblebus classes are going to be offered at my son's preschool this year. Of course, they told them all about it in class today and sent him home with a brochure, and he really wants to do it. $150 for 12 weeks. I really don't have the money, but I'm thinking about hitting his biological dad up for the money.

Anyone have any experiences with this? I know its in about half the states, so I'm hoping someone here can give me some feedback, good or bad.

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Re: Tumblebus?

My sister in law used to own the one in Huntsville. They have a zip cord, small blocks pit, little climbing wall, and some mats.

Honestly, I'd save your money. It is essentially playtime.
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Re: Tumblebus?

I'd hit the Bio Dad up for the money or maybe 1/2 of it if possible. I think your Son would like it esp if some of his friends from School is doing it as well. A lot of it will probably be Playtime but he'll probably learn things as well. I think through Playtime is when Kids learn the most.
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