The Better Mom has a list of 100+ Free & Frugal Ideas for Summer Fun.
In celebration of the Summer Olympics beginning today, we did some fun activities today:
We used chocolate-covered sunflower seeds I got at the health food store to make Olympic Rings.
Silas had a little bit of trouble lining up the seeds with the lines, so I ended up just having him match the colors and put them in the circles.
The kids were looking at Pinterest with me the other day and saw a picture for Olympic Rings Fruit Pizza and begged if we could make it.
Looking for some ideas to keep your tots busy this summer? Here are eight ideas that you can do with items you probably already have on hand:
What are your favorite no-cost activities for tots? Tell us in the comments!
A sample tube of lipstick + two creative girls = lots of fun and giggles
Plain bread dough mixed in the bread machine rolled out + cinnamon
Final product: delicious Cinnamon Raisin Bread and a fun memory of baking with mom in the kitchen (full recipe coming next week. It’s really yummy, let me tell you!)
This Saturday (August 7, 2010), more than 3,200 bowling centers around the nation are participating in National Bowling Day and are offering free games of bowling.
Visit GoBowling.com to search to find participating bowling centers in your area and sign up for your free game of bowling coupons.
Each player should print a separate coupon. The coupon has a value of $6, so at bowling centers where the cost of a game is more than $6, a discount will be applied to the total.
Here’s a fun and frugal gift or boredom buster idea for youngsters which can be made for under $1.