Tuesday, 13 August 2013

Win a Sainsbury's Bumper Book of Summer

I know that the summer holidays are nearly over for some of my Scottish Friends, but this book of over 60 boredom-busting ideas is great for weekends as well as summer.



It is filled with step by step guides including a DVD for those of us that like moving instructions, ideas for recipes, activity days, ideas for back to nature play and alo imaginary play ideas for children aged between 3 and 12.

I love that most of the ideas do not require you to spend any money and use things that you or your children will already have making for great frugal fun.

If you want your own book and can not wait for my giveaway, then you can buy your own Bumper Book of Summer from stores and online for just £5.

I also think the website is a great resource and is filled with ideas and activities too.

I am also giving away a bumper scrapbook so your children can record all their summer adventures too.

As the summer is moving on fast this is a quick giveaway and will close on Friday.


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51 comments:

  1. Painting pebbles from the beach to create paper weights!

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  2. Camping in the woods outside our house!

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  3. ours has been going to the museum and library

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  4. playing rounders, football and catch

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  5. Going to the park and Harlow Pet Centre.

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  6. Free Family Fun Day at Haigh Hall

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  7. Besides playing in the garden we have done a lot of baking - this is fairly cheap and provides sweet treats which would otherwise cost money!

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  8. sudbury hall for nature trails & making a shield all for £1

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  9. My girls have enjoyed their teddy bear picnic the most, followed bu chalk drawing on the decking! :)

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  10. Collecting insects in the garden and looking them up in our wee insect book

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  11. making a car with a load of old cardboard boxes

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  12. Looking for creepy crawlies in the garden!

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  13. Collecting rocks, pebbles, shells and seaweed from the beach

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  14. trip to the beach having a nice picnic

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  15. Having a picnic in the garden followed by a water fight! Fantastic fun!

    @rachiegr

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  16. painting an old victorian mangle in the garden and making it into a beautiful stand for my flower pots.

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  17. Making Pom poms.....very retro!

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  18. "Bear hunting" in our local forest followed by a teddy bears picnic

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  19. Taking the dogs for a walk along the river and taking a picnnic for us all.

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  20. creating a box garden - Christine mutter

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  21. some London Museums are free so we went there a couple of times

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  22. making gifts for the family out of old jam jars turned into candle lanterns with some ribbon, craft supplies, candles, wire and some imagination

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  23. Collecting things at the beach to do arts and crafts with.

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  24. Visiting local nature reserve at weekends.

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  25. Playing in the park and visiting relatives

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  26. Picnics and playing on the beach!

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  27. teddy bears picnic in th garden

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  28. walks around the local parks and take a picnic

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  29. teaching my girls about cooking :)

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  30. Going to the park in the sunshine

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  31. Picnics at the park - hours of fun for free (well maybe the cost of an ice cream when it was really hot!)

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  32. Picnics at the park - hours of fun for free (well maybe the cost of an ice cream when it was really hot!)

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  33. Exploring the Letchworth Greenway!

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