Old fashioned play, frugal ways to play are often the very best kind and I am a huge believer in using what you have to hand to entertain yourself rather than having to pay.
A trip to the cinema can be £30 …a DVD borrowed from a family friend? Nothing.
Yep, it is EASY to be thrifty.
Frugal ways to play
Here are some of my favourite thrifty play ideas..do you do /remember any of these:
1. Folded Paper Monster
I bet you made these as a child! You can find the very simple instructions here.
2. Arts and crafts from your recycling – all you need is glue and your imagination. Have a look here for junky modelling inspiration.
3. Flower pressing
It is so lovely to play with flowers and flower pressing is free and fabulous and can lead to some lovely art projects.
So entertaining the kids in the holidays or at a weekend with frugal ways to play need not be expensive at all!
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So how frugal have you been this week?