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    My dd is 4.5 and does gymnastics for 1.5hrs 1 day a week and it costs me $16 a session

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    DD1 goes to a 45 min ballet lesson once a week. She does swimming lesson in the warmer months. I did look into Girl Guides and gymnastics but I decided to just have her do one extra curricular activity a week since sh has started full time schooling this year and also goes to after school are twice a week.

    DD2 is 18 months old and I am dying to take her to Toddler Gym because she would love it. The session I want to take her to is on Monday mornings and I currently work on that day. My work contract ends in June and I am so looking forward to enrolling her for term 3!

    She also goes to daycare 2 days a week so I don't want to over-schedule her.

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    4.5 year old.. No. Extra activities.. Unless you count therapy.. They take up a fair chunky each week lately. I would like to get him into kindygym to help coordination though.

    ***Happy to be a Mummy & Daddy of ONE! :-) ***

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    Band (euphonium lol) three mornings a week, soccer. Not sure if it's Counted but he also does choir and boys dances group

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    Just swimming at the moment. The girls used to do calisthenics but it got too expensive. Perhaps when they're older and I have more money I might put them into other things.

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    My older daughter does Ju Jitsu which is in the school hall after school. She is loving this and is doing her grading this weekend. It is $130 for the term. You don't have to have a Gi but you need one to do the grading in. We are in Brisbane and the martial arts school goes out to a heap of schools.

    My younger daughter will be doing ballet (I think) starts next week. That is it for now I think. They get to tired by the end of the week if they do more.

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    My DD1 did Tae Kwan do when she in kindergarten and then stopped to do Nippers (just one activity per child at school for my family). After Nippers season ended she didn't want to go back to TKD and had no idea what she wanted to do so I put her in to swimming lessons and she wants to compete in a kids triathlon next year so she'll do that. She'll also do Nippers again when the new season starts...I'll keep her in swimming lessons if her stroke skills aren't perfect.

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    Were in NSW but we do indoor swimming (lessons) & gymnastics @ the PCYC.

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    All 5 do swimming - either swimming club or lessons, swimming is non negotiable in our family Free because I run the pool

    DS1 (12) and 2 (7) do soccer - about $100 for the season plus clothes, boots.
    DS1 does Youth Group - $2 a week
    DS2 does trampolining - $145 a term for 2 hours a week
    DD1 (5) does ballet, tap, jazz and hip hop. -$200 a term
    DD1 does singing lessons - $18 a week
    DS3 and DD2 just do the swimming for now and sometimes kindy gym or mainly music.

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    DD1 does dancing 2 hrs a week and swimming 1 hr a week.

    DS does Bmx twice a week (practice and then racing) and swimming 30mins

    DD2 does 30mins ballet and 30mins swimming


 

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