Trampoline? Great indoor energy burner for kids this winter!

11 Dec

What indoor activities do you have for your kids to burn off energy during the winter months?

With an active 4.5 year old and a 1-year-old (who thinks she’s 3-4 like her big sister) and a 2 week winter break from preschool coming up, this $75 (with free shipping) My First Airzone Trampoline from Walmart was a great investment for us!  Julia goes in for a few minutes at a time and burns off that extra energy almost every day!  Baby Stella likes to climb in and sit or stand while one of us helps push and bounce the floor of the trampoline for her!  Personally, we think this one is safer than the kid’s open trampolines that you have a single bar to hold on to.  Plus this has a maximum weight capacity of 100 lbs.

We found this to be a great indoor activity this winter at a reasonable price.  Move it outdoors come Spring, but after assembling it if you don’t have double entry doors or extra wide sliding patio door to move it outside, you’ll have to take it apart and reassemble it.  Assembly took about an hour as a 1 man job – toughest part was dealing with the spring/cords!

Here’s the specs of this item:

The 55″ My First Airzone Trampoline is great for the beginner. Your little bundle of energy will jump for joy. This trampoline features thick, weather-resistant, sewn-in rail padding that provides additional safety and protection while increasing the landing area. The trampoline enclosure has a zippered arch entrance.

55″ My First Airzone Trampoline:

·      Designed to be used indoors or outdoors.

·      Thick, weather-resistant, sewn-in rail padding for added safety

·      Rust-resistant, galvanized steel frame prevents corrosion

·      Zippered arch entrance

·      Ultra-Flex band system provides safer set-up, sturdy operation and controlled bounce

·      Recommend adult supervision

·      Assembly required

·      55″ My First Airzone Trampoline model: 140553

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