Posted: May 12, 2011
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1. Regal cinemas is offering some movies at $1 on tuesdays/wednesdays at 10 am!

2. Barnes and noble has a reading program where u get a free book if you submit this journal if ur kid has read 8 books..

3. Cinemark theatres has 75 cents admission on mondays if ur a group of 3 or more…

4. Factory tours are available for kids, find one in ur area here

5. Borders earn a free book kids program.

6. Free Online activities for kids

7. kids.gov has some creative ideas on what kids can do.

8. Free crafts for kids every saturday at lakeshore learning 11 – 3 pm

9. First saturday of every month, free workshop for kids 5-12 at home depot

10. Lowes has free fun clinics for kids every saturday at 10 am.

11. Free events in various cities sponsored by Target.

12. Half price books has a reading program where kids can earn ‘back ot school bucks’ by reading more.

13.Kids eat free (list of places where kids eat free and which day of the week those are)

If you want to search daywise, say where kids can eat free on , say, tuesdays, then you can search by zip code on this other Kids Eat Free site.

14. AMF bowling has free kids bowling ALL SUMMER

15. Free bowling for Non-AMF bowling at Kids Bowl Free

16. Sign up for the free sports fan packs of various teams, here…(some are email, some are postcard, some are online signups) some of them have free coloring books or magnets, crafts etc as part of the kit…that’ll keep them busy!

17. Carmike Cinemas has a kids $1 movie days

18.  Lot’s of libraries have free summer reading programs.

Don’t forget my Birthday Freebies list!

Ask CCD Readers: Please add more activities in the comments below! Thanks to SD for help with this list!

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  • Carolyn

    You’ve got some great suggestions here. It’s not always easy to find inexpensive things to do with kids, as many activities are expensive. Kids also value the time you spend with them, the fun things (and crazy things) you do together, and remember them for a long time as well.

    I do a lot of craft work with them, which they always enjoy and we have lots of fun. It’s not hard, using materials that we have.

    http://kidsfunblog.com/cutout-cardboard-2/making-a-fun-hat-with-cardboard-crafts/

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