If you have children then you know how expensive everything can be these days, activities and days out can work out really expensive for a family. With the rise of the internet, there are now loads of sites to find free kids stuff online. Below are a few of our favourites:
Free Kids’ Rucksack
Enter the Kinder design your own Rucksack competition and you’ll be in with a chance to grab one of a 100 Kids rucksacks. You don’t even need to buy anything, at the very least it’ll keep them quiet for a while.
Go to the Kindernauts website and sign up. As parents, you will provide your full name, email address, a postal address, and postcode. You also need to confirm your child’s age and be contactable.
Free ToysRus stuff
Get your hands on free toys and baby products. If you have a child you can be selected as a ToysRus Toyologist, to review baby products and toys. Just pop over to the ToysRus Blog and apply.
Free Tesco Cooking Courses
Help your child perfect their Chopping, Peeling, Grating and food preparation. So that one day they can make their own dinner. Tesco are offering Free cooking courses for children aged between 5 and 13 and there will be dates available for this summer.
Go to the Eat Happy Project website and register an account, you will be advised when the dates are open to book .There are also lots of great ideas for recipes to try out and download along with how to videos. We like these easy to make Banana and Raisin Flapjacks.
Free Film Goodies
The BFI (British Film Institute) and a film distributor have combined to form the Children’s Cinema Club. The Club is an initiative set up to find and promote the best independent children’s films. Join the Children’s Cinema Club and be the first to watch teaser trailers for new films, hear about special events and screenings plus occasional special offers. In the past people have received free film goodies, including masks, badges and posters. To sign up, visit the BFI Website then fill out your details.
Free Nature Activity Pack
If you’ve got a garden or just a window box the Free Nature Activity Pack from the RSPB will give you fun and simple ways to give nature a home. The RSPB will send you the pack in the post, which will help you give nature home. From bees to butterflies, frogs to feathered friends, they’ve got loads of great ideas – perfect for the whole family. There’s something for everyone and every size of garden.
We would love to hear your suggestions for free kids stuff.