0

Review: ‘Bumble Jumble’ Play centre at Undri, Pune

Protected by Copyscape

Author: Gauri Kshirsagar

Picture10

Spread over an area of 10,000+ sq. ft., Bumble Jumble will enchant your little ones with a vivacious assortment of age-appropriate and gadget-free games and activities. Peppered with dollops of bright colours from ceiling to floor overlooking the in-house restaurant separated by a glass partition, the entire play area is a visual treat.

Ratings: ★★★★ ½ (4.5 out of 5)

Location: 5th and 6th Floor, Dorabjee’s Royale Heritage Mall, Next to Vibgyor School, Mohammadwadi, NIBM Road, Pune


Contact: +91 96088 08808

Parking: Has ample parking space in the basement of the mall and charges Rs 20/- for a four wheeler

Website: https://www.facebook.com/pg/bumblejumblepune

Timings: 11:00 am to 10:00 pm all days

Charges: Rs 499 on weekdays and Rs 599 on weekends for one child accompanied by one adult. for an hour. Ideal for all ages: 1-13 years

Socks are mandatory, you can also buy them for Rs. 50/pair

Attractions: There are two levels t Bumble Jumble, hence twice the fun. Picture9Picture8Picture7Picture6Picture4Picture3Picture5On the first floor, there are games and activities like toddler’s play area, magic sandbox, interactive piano, sensory wall games, sand pit, ball pool, role play zones, doll house and balloon room. But, if your kids want to get more adventure rush, then they can experience it with car track, football dart and a play structure with a 20ft slide on the second floor.Picture2Picture10

 

Attraction for grown-ups: The best part of this play center is it’s adjoining pure veg, multi-cuisine restaurant ‘Hunger House’ which serves delectable goodies that leave you craving for more. The glass partition ensures that you can keep an eye on your kids in case you don’t join them. After the kids are out of the play area, you can treat them to yummy delights and refuel their energy! Bumble Jumble also doubles up as a birthday party venue. I celebrated by twins’ 5th birthday at this venue herePicture1

Safety: The play areas are baby proofed and most of the other games are safe. .

Hygiene: The play area is very well maintained and clean. Washroom is available inside the store.

Staff: The staff is friendly and helpful and keep an eye on the kids.

Other attractions in the mall: The mall has a variety of branded stores which give a good shopping experience. The mall also has a toy train on the second floor. Crossword is also right across, on the same floor.

Overall a must visit!!!!


*Thanks a lot for visiting my blog. Please do ‘★ LIKE’ the post if you found it to be useful.Your comments, suggestions, criticism and all opinions are very much appreciated.  Please do write your queries in the Reply/comments section and I will try to get back to you asap.


Protected by Copyscape

raisingtwinsblog-com

Advertisements
0

Review: Hamley’s Giant Desk Tidy

20190215_102152

Protected by Copyscape
Author: Gauri Kshirsagar

My twins love art…..it’s a form of expression for them. I had a eye on this ‘Giant Desk Tidy’ by Hamley’s for a long time, but thought the cost of 3599/- was too steep. So when Hamley’s announced their 50% sale this year, I had to buy it for the girls.

Continue reading

0

Product review: Lego Classic Brick 10696, 484 pcs

Protected by Copyscape

Author: Gauri KshirsagarPicture1

This was my first Lego classic set purchase, after my 5-year old twins transitioned from Duplo. The 10696 Lego brick is the medium sized one, which I feel is quite adequate for a beginner with 484 pcs. It has wide range of creativity from house, flowers, cars, trains, alligator etc. Continue reading

0

DIY Activity 20: Make a fairy wand in under a minute

Protected by Copyscape

Author: Gauri Kshirsagar

Picture1

I made these wands this Christmas for a nativity scene play in my daughter’s school. It’s quite easy to make if you have the required materials and a hot glue gun. Continue reading

0

‘Our little Tomato Plant’ – The twins’ gardening endeavour

Protected by Copyscape

Author: Gauri Kshirsagar

Picture5

Children love nearly anything pertaining to nature. They love digging in the dirt, creating yummy treats, and playing around trees. Children are curious by nature, and there is no greater joy than that from a child who has cultivated plants from his or her own vegetable garden. We undertook this fun “our little tomato plant” activity as a summer project which went on for the next 6 months until it bore a tomato near Christmas time and is still going on. Continue reading

0

Review: KidKraft Rectangle Table and 2 Chair Set – Espresso

Protected by Copyscape

Author: Gauri Kshirsagar

Picture1

I bought this beautiful study table set when my twin girls were 4 years of age, and I am writing this review after 1 year of use. My girls love it, and it has been a great addition to our play area giving it a very functional and inviting space. Continue reading

0

Flowers and Plants: Easy-to-make charts and project ideas for kindergarteners

Header

My daughters who are 5 year old twins are attending Preparatory class this year. They have a very theme based curriculum in their school with more open discussions and practical knowledge. One of the topic of the month was “Flowers and Plants” and they were asked to bring any article, chart, plant, flower related to the topic. Not only we enjoyed making charts related to this topic, we learnt a lot in the process. The following are the charts we made, which are easy to understand and can be discussed with a 5 year old.

CHART 1:

This is a very simple chart showing the parts of the plant with their functions. I made it colourful and attractive using craft paper, seeds and yarn

Picture1

Picture4

CHART 2:

Picture2

Picture3

This chart shows the steps in the germination process from a seed to flowering. The things the plant need to grow are made on a separate panel which can be discussed separately.

CHART 3:

What are flowers important? Flowers are not only for ornamental use but have an important role in pollination and various other uses. This chart discusses the various uses of flowers.

Picture8

CHART 4:

This is a simple chart to know the names of flowers and identify them. We took this chart to a garden and a flower shop and tried to identify as many as possible.

Picture7

ACTIVITY:

This activity includes learning about a new plant, and understanding its needs and taking care of it. I chose specifically a Kalanchoe, which is very easy to take care, blooms everyday, and has quite a nice trivia.

Picture6

Picture5

Here is the YouTube video:


*Thanks a lot for visiting my blog. Please do ‘★ LIKE’ the post if you found it to be useful.Your comments, suggestions, criticism and all opinions are very much appreciated. Please do write your queries in the Reply/comments section and I will try to get back to you asap.


Protected by Copyscape

raisingtwinsblog-com