Money saving tips for half term

Money saving tips for half term



I have some money saving tips for half term to share with you today. Half term is upon us and as such, I am thinking about what we can do next week to save us money and thought you might like to hear my thoughts.



Money saving tips for half term – thrifty fun

How about seed bombing – basically making up little seed bombs and throwing them wherever a few flowers are needed – tis a great way to gets kids making and outdoors

Or you could raid the recycling bin for some recycling bin crafting?

Or why not have a go at making a teacup bird feeder with your kids – so sweet and the birds will thank you

Or how about making some cake pops ( your kids will LOVE this one!)

Or creating a homemade craft box and making something fun from that?



I hope these 5 thrifty money saving tips for half term ideas have got you thinking and I hope you have a top half term. What are your plans? See what Anne and her family did with their half term holiday


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  1. February 17, 2019 / 09:40

    I love the ideas here and I am sure the kids will love it too. We usually plan a few craft, sewing or cooking projects and even have the occasional fashion show too!
    Hope you do have a good break.

  2. February 22, 2019 / 13:25

    Great work, I really appreciate your ideas. I will surely follow your money saving tips for the next half term. Keep sharing this kind of useful ideas with us.

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