Last Updated on July 30, 2013 by New-Startups Team
There are only a few precious weeks before kids go back to school. With August fast approaching parents have gown to paint classes, spent days at the park, maybe running through sprinklers or sharing the world of dinosaurs at a local museum – but what should parents do when they run out of ideas to keep their children away from apps and television screens?
Feelday is an activity guide for playful families by providing creative ideas in NYC, Seattle, San Francisco, Boston and Houston to do this weekend. Hours and hours of kids lives are spent on social media, consoles and it feels as if adults are rarely detached from work emails on mobile devices, Feelday helps figure out what kids and adults alike can do together offline and create memories.
Filters based on mood, age, price and area are based on scoured web sources for local events in your area. And rather then sharing well-known and easy to find events like a child-friendly Broadway show, the platform is about finding the unexpected and fun-filled activities like a bird watching event on the weekend in a local park. It’s a quest by the parental team behind Feelday to find the best activities for you and your family in a way that will get everyone involved and excited.