Freebie Friday: Summer activities for kids, Connecticut Open House Day

Stretch Your Dollar

It’s the end of the workweek and around here that means Freebie Friday. Since Summer is around the corner, we’re stretching your dollar with where you can find free activities for the kids.

There are a lot of parents thinking to themselves; “How am I going to entertain the kids this summer?”

Well, I have a list of some free crafts and activities that you can sprinkle into your busy weeks to keep the kids engaged and learning. These come to us form the Krazy Coupon Lady.

You can build a free model at the Lego Store each month. They pick something different each time. You should register ahead to guarantee a spot for your child. 

Your kids can also bowl for free if you register on KidsBowlFree.com.

Home Depot has a free kids workshop the first Saturday of each month.

If you child is into computers, check out the free camp classes Apple Stores have for kids. 

For little ones you can bring them to the Story Time at Pottery Barn Kids every Tuesday at 11 a.m. If they attend 5 events they receive a special prize.

Just a reminder, Saturday June 9 is Open House Day across the state. Some museums and historic locations will have free admission, crafts and handouts depending on where you go. 

Check ctvisit.com for details. 

That’s just a few! Look for more online and as always le me know when you spot freebies!
 

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