With a squeeze on our finances right now, it can sometimes feel that ‘growing’ a creative child would just be something that might cost money you just don’t have. I’m here to tell you it doesn’t cost to keep creative learning going and if you have read other posts, you will know that I try as much as I can to advocate recycling, making things yourself and re-using.
Yes, I understand if you want to give your child experiences that will broaden their world or add to a passion they have, or even provide the training for something like dancing or football it will cost money.
You can also do free stuff and still develop a creative mind, add to their experiences and develop an understanding – who knows it may even lead to a completely different interest or passion!
So, what can you do?
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