Since we moved to Bangkok, I’m taking the time to explore the city with my 2-year-old from a perspective that she will appreciate. This means that most of the places I go to involve toddler-friendly activities that would keep her busy for a couple of hours and places where she gets to play, create and meet other kids.
That’s how I came across Little Pea, a cozy center for kids’ activities. My favorite part of this center is that it offers a small coffee shop for parents to sit and enjoy a cup of coffee, or even a breakfast while we’re at it (the full menu is available on their website), while kids are enjoying the ongoing workshops.
Little Pea Activities
Little Pea offers 8 different types of activities suitable for kids of different ages, which are listed in the image below. They include:
- Magic and Drama
- Art and Science Exploration
- Activity Playgroup
For more information on their classes and workshops, you can visit their Facebook page. The full schedule of activities is revised on a monthly basis and provides more information about the classes, the age category of the children and the date and time of each workshop.
The class that we attended
The session that we attended was the “Activity Play Group”, and I would definitely come back to explore the cooking workshop as it is a hands-on activity that my daughter will definitely enjoy.
In the “Activity Play Group”, kids are involved in different activities that take place in a close, safe and supervised area (toddlers need to be accompanied by a parent or a nanny). It starts with a free-play session, in which kids can enjoy different toys available around the room.
After the free-play session, kids can enjoy a hands-on craft and painting session, which they absolutely love. Hand painting was my daughter’s favorite part.
The playgroup session ended with a book reading adapted to this age group.
Additional activities at Little Pea
In addition to the scheduled activities, kids can enjoy a Lego Bar, which is as funky as its name. This bar is for older kids as the Lego pieces are very small, but the creations that can be made from these little bricks are simply amazing.
My personal favorite was the Wonder Wall, which kept my daughter busy for a while. Older kids can climb on the leaders and play/draw from a greater height, and younger kids like my toddler (2-year-old) can just stand on the floor and draw from the familiar ground.
The centre also offers a set of outdoor activities that stimulate multi-sensory play. This area is located next to the coffee shop, so parents can basically sit and watch their kids while they play.
Unit P1, Play Yard (2nd Floor)
335 Sukhumvit 55
Thonglor Soi 17
Wattana, Bangkok 10110
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