Free Summer Holiday Planner is a paid collaborative post with Very designed to showcase their range of printers. Summer holidays, you either love them or hate them. Over the years I have veered from one camp to the other and the longer my children have spent in school the more I have come to love the time off over summer. However, I have one child that loves school routine and that is where the summer holiday planner came from.
Spending time out in the sun can make you feel more positive. Whether you’re at home or on holiday, you may want to think about how you can improve your day. Keeping certain items in your handbag could allow you to enjoy the nicer weather that much more, and even protect yourself from some of the risks associated with the sun and its rays.
Everyone is waiting for summer to finally refresh themselves after a hard year of studying. Some will use the chance to go on vacation abroad, while others will explore some hidden places nearby. But there are also students who will use their free time for their benefit by applying for a part-time job to make some money.
Summer vacation is about taking a break from a busy life and enjoying a wonderful time with friends and family. The schools and colleges are over, and you have the opportunity to bask in the sun and relax on a beach. There is no better feeling than waking up and realizing that you won’t have to go to work because it’s the summer holiday.
We wote the event and date on one side and then they boys drew an image to represent the time on the other. This is Maxi’s airplane. We used Glotto Metallic Pens, which we received from YellowMoon. They are brilliant on the stones and really stand out. We are keeping our stones in a kilner jar, one for each of the boys and I hope to have two full jars at the end of the holidays, so I can varnish them and place them in the garden.
These Free Summer Holiday Activities are perfect for helping your budget stretch over the summer and also show that you can have lots of fun without splashing out all the cash. Summer holidays can be expensive for parents and carers and it can be hard to say no to things that the kids want or want to do, but I have some great free things to do in the summer holidays with kids and tips to make your money go further.
The endless summer days are often a real challenge on a family budget. When you have the children around all day they can be lots of additional expenses and as soon as you go out then that can be even harder on the pocket. So I want to share my simple ways to save money this summer whilst still having fun.