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August 26, 2016

Kids For All Seasons at the Four Seasons Resort Lanai

The Kids For All Seasons is located in the Conference Center.

The Four Seasons Resort Lanai offers a complimentary Kids For All Seasons program for children ages 5 to 12 years old.  The program is intended to encourage children to appreciate Lanai's unique environment and provides a range of organized indoor and outdoor activities.  What's great about the program is that no reservations are required.  The program runs daily from 9am to 5pm. 

I must admit, I was a bit hesitant when I dropped my kids off.  Lucky for me, there was never a need to worry.  The staff members were fantastic and the room was filled to the brim with activities.     

My kids immediately started to play with the giant Connect Four.

Lots of tables for arts and crafts.

Outdoor area

When I returned (early) to pick them up, my son quickly asked for more time to play interactive video games!  My daughter was super proud to show me all the crafts she had made and gushed about the fun time they had searching for lizards.  They both begged to come back the next day, which totally made me question why they didn't want to hang out with their parents!  Aren't we so cool?!?!

After the initial shock that our children didn't want to spend 24/7 with us (me) wore off, I decided to make the best of it.  The next day while the kids were safely exploring the tide pools with the Kids For All Seasons, my husband and I were able to hike and explore the island.  We also spent some time at the fitness center and my husband even took part in a sunset yoga class that he really enjoyed.  It was also nice to have a quiet lunch together.

My kids went back a couple of more times and each time they had more fun stories to share.  They loved meeting and playing with the other children and would be excited to run into their new friends around the resort.  I'm glad we decided to experience the program because it was eye opening to see how independent my children can be.    
 
Cade loved playing all the different games available.

Lauren loves to make crafts.


They even dropped off the kids for us!









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