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    My son's gymnastics is $130 a term plue $55 a year for insurance.

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    I pay $250/term for both my girls to do swimming. We get an early bird discount and sibling discount which makes it a bit cheaper.
    Next year, DD1 will start school and do swimming there.
    Her and DD2 want to start ballet lesson, DD2 and DS will do swimming and I want DD2 to try gymnastics. I'm expecting that will set us back about $100/week.

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    Wow, lots of $$ spent here.
    My kids are still young. 3yrs and 20 months we go to playgroup once a week $30/term and we go to jump and jive (dance class) for $5/week and thats for the whole family!
    I do take them swimming once a week (expect in the winter) and that costs about $6/week...i figure i can teach them to be confident in the water at this age!

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    My DD is 2.5 and she does

    Swimming $10 week we can use the pool whenever we like
    Gymnastic $10 week
    And now just started happy feet @ daycare $8.50 week.

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    Playgroup $4 a week and kindergym $6 a week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 25andhopeful View Post
    Sorry ladies what is "little kickers"?
    It's soccer for toddlers! Well they teach them ball skills and training exercises with little soccer balls- its really fun and they are all dressed up in mini soccer uniforms, DS started at 18 months then every year or so you go up a class and learn more skills

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    Cookery, music and swimming around 75 dollars a month.

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    $100 a term for ballet, and $15 a week for one day of OSHC

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    My older two are in 2 activities a week and it is $60 a week. Will be more when our son is old enoigh to do activities too.
    Last edited by Wastingtime; 31-07-2012 at 11:52.

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    My dh and I were very sports orientated and really hope our boys will be too, our ds1 already shows signs and can't wait to start aussie rules next year. We would love him to be in the swimming club in a few years too and will encourage whatever else he wants to participate in. The cost will be what it will be, we aren't worried about it!


 

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