91 Seaboard Ln.
Brentwood, Tn. 37027
OPEN PLAY HOURS
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM MONDAY-FRIDAY
9 AM - 1 PM SATURDAY
CLOSED SUNDAY FOR PRIVATE PARTIES
PRIVATE PARTY HOURS
4:30pm - 8 pm MONDAY-FRIDAY
1 PM - 7 PM SATURDAY
9 AM - 7 PM SATURDAY
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The Treehouse Team
These wonderful women along with our part-time, high school front desk staff are delighted to be a part of your lives and community at The Monkey's Treehouse.
5 Visits $70 / 10 Visits $130
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Child Development - Play & Leisure
A child's main occupation is play. It is through play that children learn and practice new skills, make friends and find a sense of self. There are a number of different ways to think about and define play. Play can be broken up into a number of types:
Early Explorative Play
From the first weeks of a babies life they begin to learn through explorative play. It is important that babies have an opportunity to explore using all their senses.
The Treehouse offers activities needed to make sure your child is engaged in all aspects of explorative play.
- Noisy Play & Energetic Play: Treehouse Kids Gym, Toddler Rock Tuesdays, Little Monkey's Obstacle Course
- Messy Play: Tinker Time Class (STEM/STEAM) Arts & Crafts
- Yummy & Smelly Play: Kitchen Explorers Class
- Visual Play: All of The Treehouse Experience
Through exploratory play they learn about the world and the effect they can have on the environment. This type of play starts from very early in a child's life and is one of the first types of play they experience.
Children learn about objects and their use through functional play. They use toys or objects in the way in which they are intended. They will roll a ball and stack blocks.
Through pretend play children learn to express themselves and practice adult and cultural roles. Children start by pretending to do everyday activities, they then participate and play with figures/dolls/teddies. They then link pretend play into action sequences and finally join in pretend games with other children.
Social play begins early with smiling and cooing, imitation and peek a boo. Children then learn to share toys during play with others and they continue to develop social skills that involve turn taking and following the rules. As children grow and develop their play moves from solitary to parallel play (where children play alongside but not with each other) then onto social play (where children share and interact directly).
Children learn about how the body works and moves through active and energetic play. They learn to run, jump, throw & catch and kick. It can include mastering ball games, playground equipment, going on a scooter, riding a bike etc.
My kids love coming here! From free play days to parent night outs and MOPS meetings! There is so much to do and they love having other kids to play with. The staff is nice and super friendly and helpful. The facility is well maintained and clean. Highly recommend coming to check it out!
My kids had a wonderful time and the staff was super nice!
My 15 month old absolutely loved coming here. I was worried she would be too young to enjoy it, but she had so much fun! Riding toys, a toddler area, and little tables and chairs were her favorites. See Full Review
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