Family Days Out

Toddler fun in Leeds: Oxygen freejumping

Looking to do something fun and active that both you and your little one will enjoy? Finding this combo isn’t always the easiest thing to achieve. Even if you love taking your little one to baby and toddler classes, it isn’t always easy for you to take part in them as well in a way that is genuinely enjoyable. At Oxygen Freejumping and their Little O’s session, you have the chance to find precisely this sort of excitement; this is one activity where you can have as much fun, or even more fun, as your little one!


This summer, as part of Oxygen’s bid to get little ones into bouncing, they are holding special PJ Masks sessions, aimed to encourage slightly older kids to learn special PJ Masks skills. The fun Little O’s aspects are still there for the younger ones, including the chance to interact with the Little O mascot in person.

With no kids allowed over the age of five, our two-year-old was able to explore, have fun, and bounce, all safely and without fear of being bounced about by older kids. In terms of the activities on offer, there’s the chance to jump onto an inflatable pillow, take part in games, earn certificates, and just have a good old bounce.


There is plenty here to keep little ones full of enthusiasm, and our little girl especially enjoyed the challenge of watching me fail to try the basketball hoop jump! We also enjoyed working together doing the speed and reflex tests, although our little one’s highlight was giving Little O a high five!


You can buy socks with appropriate grip here (and they’ll come in pretty handy at home too!). The on-site cafe also sells snacks and hot drinks. There are also passes available for reducing the cost long-term, making this one of the best toddler activities we’ve tried in Leeds.

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