Orange County Indoor Bounce House Places


stuck at home with nothing to do? how about going to an indoor bounce house place. there are plenty of them in the OC. and below, i have included a list of all the bounce houses in Orange County you can go to.

now they aren’t the cheapest activity to do, but once in while a mommy needs a break! there a great place for getting the kiddies tired out and they are air conditioned too. admissions range in price from $5-12 per kid during open and family playtimes. adults are usually free. remember to bring your socks!

Here is a list of bouncy houses in the OC.
Scooter’s Jungle – Aliso Viejo
Scooter’s Jungle – Placentia
Scooter’s Jungle – Valencia
Partiopolis – Lake Forest
Pump It Up – Anaheim Hills
Pump It Up – Irvine
Pump It Up – Chino Hills
Pump It Up – Lake Forest
Pump It Up – Huntington Beach
Jump N Shout – Rancho Santa Margarita
Hullubaloos – Orange
Jump ‘n’ Jammin – Arcadia & Mission Viejo
Seascape Kids Fun – Anaheim Hills
Frogg’s Bounce House – Fountain Valley
BounceU – Orange & Huntington Beach

Free Crafts at Lakeshore Learning Center

the Lakeshore Learning Store has free crafts for kids 3-12 every saturday. be sure to see the upcoming fun crafts they offer. click here to find a store near you!

little builders.


treat your kiddies to a morning of building creativity at Home Depot’s kids workshops. hosted the first saturday of the month between 9:00 am and 12:00 noon. so it’s this coming weekend. look what they will get to build, a cute message board…and best of all it’s free!

kitchen fun. part 1

i am a mom who let’s her kids get dirty, play with things that do get the house a little (okay, a lot) messy like paint, play dough, glitter, glue and oh yes,…..moon sand. actually, i only let them play with moon sand once in the house, but that mess was even too much for me. thankfully I took the rest outside and the wind “accidentally” blew it away.
i can’t help it. maybe because i am an artist, and maybe because when i was a little kiddie no matter where my mom hide the art supplies, i found them, but nevertheless, i let the kids play with practically anything (safe). as long as the kiddies are having fun, i really don’t mind messes .
so in honor of my kids and their love of messes, i wanted to do a kitchen series of fun things you can do in your very own kitchen. some ARE messy and some are not so much. but they are super exciting for the kids. so try them and have some fun!

Kool-Aid Clay Recipe

Ingredients
1 cup flour
1/2 cup salt
1 package unsweetened Kool-Aid
3 tbsp oil
1 cup boiling water

Instructions
mix together the flour, salt, and Kool-Aid. add the oil and the boiling water. stir the mixture until well blended. remove the dough from the bowl and knead until it forms a soft dough. Make as many colors as you’d like. Use a mat when playing to protect furniture!

surf city nights.

Huntington Beach hosts Surf City Nights every tuesday evening where you’ll find free family entertainment, farmer’s market, outdoor food booths, and street closure of the first several blocks of Main Street. this popular outdoor entertainment for tourists and residents of the local area who enjoy the warm nights in Huntington Beach includes activities for the kids (including video game theater,) specials from downtown restaurants and sidewalk sales from retailers all take place on Main Street.

When
Tuesday nights at 5:00 – 9:00 p.m.

Where
Main Street between Orange and Pacific Coast Highway.

*Due to county health regulations, dogs are not allowed.