Go online for some half-term help


Go online for some half-term help

With the next school holiday almost upon us, parents up and down the country will be looking for fun and cheap ways to entertain their children. If you want some new ideas for the coming week, you can head online on your tablet or iPhone to gather some inspiration.

Great value days out

Most of the local councils have an events page where they list all of the latest details on what’s happening at their venues. You can also visit the websites of local art galleries and museums, which often run free children’s activities during the school holidays. Social media is a fantastic way of keeping up to date with what’s going on at your favourite attractions, so make sure you “like” their pages and follow their feeds. If you want to save some money on days out, look at the voucher code sites to find some fantastic deals on entrance prices.

Rainy day activities

The perfect outdoor weather is never guaranteed in February, so make sure that you have a few rainy day activities planned just in case. Children always love trying something new and interesting, and there is plenty of inspiration to be found on arts and crafts websites. You could print off some different pictures or activities for children to do or find some unusual ideas for fun educational games so they learn while they play. Look for some easy recipes that children can help with and let them make their favourite treat or cook the family dinner.

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