It’s not been the brightest of starts to our Summer this year. The first day lashed with rain and the second was dominated by strong winds. But we are hopeful that the weather will improve for the long school summer holidays (9 weeks!!). Just in case it doesn’t though, I have been busy preparing a list of activity ideas that don’t cost a fortune; to help keep the kids busy and myself sane! And the last two weeks on the Frugal Family linky have been a great source of inspiration.
Apologies for not having a post-up last week, but as you can see I have been busy working on our new home over here at Crafty Kids at Home. I hope you’ll have a look around after linking up.
Frugal Ideas for the Summer Break
Turn old t-shirts into a toddler art project from Hands on:as we Grow
Create your own inventors kit from Little Worlds
Collect shells from the beach and then turn them use them to make a keep sake frame from Rhythms of Play
Make your own lava lamp without the need for alka seltzer from Hands on:as we Grow
Get busy with this DIY velcro marble maze from Mosswood Connections
Indulge in some pretend play from Sunny Day Family
Cool the kids down with this Summer Lego ice resuce activity from Crafty Kids at Home
Make a bubblewrap Jellyfish from Crafty Kids at Home
Top Featured Post from May’s Linkies goes to:
New House New Home with their awesome Vintage Chicken Feeder turned Planter
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