7. Read a Book: What’s wrong with good old fashioned reading instead of playing on video games, we say? If the weather is wet and miserable and the children are stuck spending their holiday from school inside the house, why not suggest that read a book? This will keep their minds occupied as well as give you peace and quiet. Perhaps you have Harry Potter books at home? We’re sure they’d enjoy getting to know the story this half term.
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