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How will you be keeping the kids occupied this summer holiday??

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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
My daughter will have just finished her 1st year of nursery all ready for big school. Am so used to her being at school now. What an earth am Igoing to do with her for 8 weeks??? She doesnt go back till around 17th September.

Any ideas would be great from fellow mums & dads.
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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banned#1
here's shocker for you....look after her? nah only kidding but seriously you should get her ready for school doing hand writing skills and such. Its the first thing I remember doing, writing her name too

http://www.handwritingforkids.com/handwrite/cursive/texts/word-combo.htm

this looks good you can print off your own
http://www.softschools.com/handwriting/practice/
#2
Kids love picnics .making tents out of old blankets and chairs or clothes airers in the garden,Making things with glue ,egg cartons, toilet roll tubes glitter and anything messy , baking or even just going for a nature walk collecting leaves and interesting things.
#3
My son will be starting full time in september too. hes just recovered from chicken pox so i had to keep him amused for them two weeks he loves reading books we made little tents and played about I was so suprised at how his little imagination was, it ran wild! lol. Just think of anything. Picnics, bike ride, paddleing pool out on a hot day, making cakes some handwiting , colouring in, museum or a farm my two boys love most things
enjoy it while you can because I know I'm going to miss mine when he goes full time september!
#4
I've found a playscheme that is running every day and have booked my three yr old in for just a couple of mornings a week... it will make a change for him to being at home with mummy every day over the summer hols and as I'll be working every day ( hopefully ) be an activity where I can catch up with my paperwork.

The elder kids are doing the summer university courses in first aid sign language drama etc.
banned#5
Give her an account on here and let her play with the other kids! :whistling:
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Give her an account on here and let her play with the other kids! :whistling:


:giggle:
#7
just enjoy spending time together, anything messy from baking to glueing, making finger puppets or going for a treasure hunt. ie go through the alpherbet and get her to find one thing beginning with each letter, collect and make a picture of her findings.
#8
Well my 2 finish school this Friday,then on the Saturday I'm taking them upto Milkshake Live,my eldest a bit old for it really but the tickets had to be bought in 4's as thats cheaper then buying individual,my Mum coming with us too.
I'm pregnant and going be in middle of moving during the holidays and want a lot done in the house while I give my notice in here,so gonna be back and forth doing checks and waiting for this and that,so I guess they be disappointed that they not going be going out so much. I will do a few trips to a free outdoor paddling pool if days are hot,a coastal park nearby and any local parks when I can.
They got Walking with Dinosuars to go to just before school starts again Sept,I must be mad trailing upto Wembley with less than 4 wks till baby here.

Eldest already been to Star Wars musical bk in Easter and the other got Disney Princess on Ice much later on in the year,so they hardly been bad done by with things,and they had Legoland in May,didn't fancy trailing round there in August.

Maybe their grandmothers will take them out few places too during holidays.
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Give her an account on here and let her play with the other kids! :whistling:


Although beware of the usual suspects on here hitting on her and trying to prime her on MSN.
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Mum2Connor&Cerys
Well my 2 finish school this Friday,then on the Saturday I'm taking them upto Milkshake Live,my eldest a bit old for it really but the tickets had to be bought in 4's as thats cheaper then buying individual,my Mum coming with us too.
I'm pregnant and going be in middle of moving during the holidays and want a lot done in the house while I give my notice in here,so gonna be back and forth doing checks and waiting for this and that,so I guess they be disappointed that they not going be going out so much. I will do a few trips to a free outdoor paddling pool if days are hot,a coastal park nearby and any local parks when I can.
They got Walking with Dinosuars to go to just before school starts again Sept,I must be mad trailing upto Wembley with less than 4 wks till baby here.

Eldest already been to Star Wars musical bk in Easter and the other got Disney Princess on Ice much later on in the year,so they hardly been bad done by with things,and they had Legoland in May,didn't fancy trailing round there in August.

Maybe their grandmothers will take them out few places too during holidays.


Make sure you don't overdo it with baby due so soon hon x x

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