The sun is shining at the moment, but how long will that last? With school holidays, half terms and bank holidays to contend with, the kids seem to spend more time off school than they do in, which means trying to find things for them to do after the first few days when they begin to get bored.
While the sun is out it’s great the get the kids out too, I love this Little Tikes ‘seek and explore playcentre’ for the younger children, but if you are limited with space then why not just take take them to the local park with a ball.
With games and toys available from as little as £1.50 for a pack of crayons there is always something to occupy them – even if the weather takes a turn for the worse or get a pop up tent and set it up inside – it’ll give them hours of fun and they are easy to store.
There are some great experience days available for all the family and although they can be a little expensive, with the option to pay interest free over a 3 months on your account (subject to status) this is a great way to do some amazing things together.
Now my kids are teenagers they enjoy having friends around and watching a dvd or playing computer console games all day. ‘Sleep overs’ are great too, so the fact that Very also have a wide range of films and games available and even pop, crisps and sweets, I can entertain a whole bunch of children without having to trawl the shops first. I get everything delivered to the comfort of my own home and I can pay for it easily. Brilliant!