Why can’t my 6 year old come to the Play Center?

Some 6 year old children have a very different energy level than is safe to be around the infants and toddlers. They are bigger, move faster, and have more energy to be active.

We did test out having 6 year-olds in when we first opened the Play Center, but found it to be boring for them and unsafe for the younger children.

There are other things 6 year-olds are able to do while you work out, just ask the front desk for options.

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1. Why is the Play Center closed on weekdays between 1:30 and 4 p.m.?
2. Why can’t my 6 year old come to the Play Center?
3. Who can check my child in and out of the Play Center?
4. What if the class I am in goes over an hour? Will I have to pay for the extra time?
5. Who will be taking care of my child?
6. Can I stay with my child at the Play Center?
7. What if a child is sick? Will they be allowed to come to the Play Center?
8. Can my child bring in their own toys?
9. Can I leave my cell phone number and run do a short errand while my child is at the Play Center?
10. My child has never been left with anyone before. What do you do if my child cries?
11. Why can't people other than parents bring children to the Play Center?