If egg decorating, cake baking and bunny related games are no longer keeping your children entertained this Easter then it might be time to get out and about as a family. With the Bank Holiday weekend in sight, Savoo has rounded up the best last minute activities currently on offer in the UK (with voucher codes added to keep it easy on your wallet!)
It's midway through half term, and we promise not to judge if you are already running out of ideas for what to do with the kids (particularly since the weather seems to be conspiring against the entire British population!) And because everyone from the smallest toddler to the grumpiest teenager loves food of some description, we have compiled our top 10 suggestions for foodie festivities this week- accepting no responsibility for weight gained in the process.
February half term is nearly upon us and children up and down the country are getting excited to have a well-deserved week off school; letting their hair down, having fun and getting outside.
But wait, with all this bad weather, some of the usual ideas to keep children entertained are out of the window. The last thing any parent wants to be doing this half-term is hiding under an umbrella in a soggy theme park.
Don't worry though as there are some great family days inside to be had this February half-term that won't get ruined because of the constant rain.
Madame Tussauds is one of the wackiest attractions in London. Take a group of famous people and turn them into waxworks. It might be bizarre but it's great fun and something of a tradition.
The queues can be really long and the prices quite high so, when you're planning a day out here (or anywhere for that matter) it's worth seeing if you can find a discount code or voucher to save some money first.
Kids across the country burst out of school gates on Friday with impossibly big grins on their faces. Half term! A whole week with no school uniform, no teachers, no long division... it's a happy thought for many a child.
Parents across the country, on the other hand, trudged out of the office with unfeasibly worried looks on their faces. Half term, sigh. A whole week with the kids at home...how on earth can they be kept entertained for NINE days in a row?
Over a third of parents say that February half term requires the most effort on their part when it comes to entertaining the kids, with more than four in ten mums and dads blaming the uncongenial weather for compelling them to splash the cash on expensive excursions and even gifts to steer symptoms of boredom away from the brood.