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What do the mums have planned this school holidays? Going for a trip? How will you keep your kids busy? Also do you know about any good school holiday programs?


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  • I took one morning the kids to Jumpzone (Scoopon $5 per hour per child), picnic & play at parks, catch ups with friends, movies, lunch & browse at Ikea, sleepovers, play dates, games, crafts, gardening, baking, shopping centers, yoghi berry, bike riding, bush walks, swim at the lake (luckily we have great weather) and I booked one of my kids in for vacation care 2 days a week.


  • Our school holidays are always varied. Sometimes we’ll go away, other times we spend it at home and plan days out at various local attractions.


  • make sure you go out everyday!! even to a friends place. day dates are great! swimming and shopping centers. even the pet shop/park is good.


  • Hi. I am not sure what state you live in, but I recently put together some information on how to find out what’s on in your are over the school holidays. Amanda. http://www.familyfriendlyaccommodation.com.au/blog/2014/12/04/things-kids-school-holidays/


  • I LIKE HOW YOU LADIES HAVE PLANS FOR THE HOLIDAYS! THANKS FOR SUGGESTING YOUR IDEAS!


  • we have our 6 yr old in 1 day a week at holiday care at her gymnastics club we also plan to go to bowling and indoor play center and we’re gonna organise science experiments and lots and lots of outdoor water play as well as town pool and organise with her friends and there mums for playdates and sleep overs with her aunty and cousin


  • indoor play centres, water play out side,
    inside crafts, baking, colouring in
    games
    play dates
    Google school holiday programs in your area


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