The Frugal Parent’s Guide to Finding the Best Deals on Kids Clothes

Parents spend an average of $400 on kids back to school clothes. And that doesn’t take into account all the clothes they will need later in the year and next summer.

Read on if you want to learn how to get the best deals on kids clothes. Then you can put some of that money towards something more exciting – like a family vacation! read more

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Valentine Crafts: Beary Special Valentine Treats

Valentine crafts for kids are always fun, entertaining, and educational. I came across this adorable idea using Teddy Grahams from my dear friend at Saving Toward a Better Life.

These are particularly great if you have a toddler in preschool and you want to give treats to the class without having to resort to candy that the little ones shouldn’t have. Plus, it’s completely frugal. You can make Valentine’s for an entire class of students for around $3.00! read more

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Crafts for Kids: Groundhog Day Puppets

Crafts for kids are always fun, entertaining, and educational. Each year on February 2nd, we all hold our breath in anticipation as our favorite groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, sees his shadow (or not). Thanks goes to Coupons are Great for this craft!

Don’t forget to check out the rest of the fun crafts for kids I’ve posted. And if you love this, please PinIt or Stumble. 🙂 read more

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Free LeapPad Apps (for LeapFrog Leapster too!)

We purchased a LeapFrog LeapPad2 for my youngest son for Christmas, so of course one of the first things I did was look for free LeapPad apps! You will automatically receive a free app or ebook of your choice when you register and connect your LeapPad but I also found 2 additional free LeapPad apps. read more

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