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    I used to take DS to swimming lessons which was $10 per week. Kindergym I think was only a couple of dollars per session.

    He's in school now and goes to weekly active sports after school, at the school, and that is free. After school care is $18 per day though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by share a book View Post
    The only dance lessons I could find for kids were the strict competitive type. The only fun social type I found are the adult ones. It is wrong, takes away the option for all thekids who just want to dance for fun.
    Share a book you're in Darwin aren't you? Have you tried Corrugated Iron for the dance classes? They're supposed to be awesome and really easy going, not competitive performance and money based

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melting Mayo View Post
    Share a book you're in Darwin aren't you? Have you tried Corrugated Iron for the dance classes? They're supposed to be awesome and really easy going, not competitive performance and money based
    I live in Townsville. We have dance academy type places.

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    I suppose it's all about word of mouth too who is worth the $$$ and if ur child enjoys their time

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    DD (4) does soccer at $115ish a term ($10 a week plus insurance).

    Soon she will be doing swimming at $15 a lesson and tennis at around $15.

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    DS
    Karate $63 per fortnight (four lessons)
    Swimming $18 per lesson

    DD
    Dancing $18 per lesson
    Swimming $18 per lesson

    Aprox $342 per month. Swimming is a MUST DO in our house and they can pick one other thing.

    Having kids is expensive.

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    I just worked it out and I spend over $120 per WEEK on activities. That is for 5 activities a week though and one is very expensive. 2 are finishing soon though.

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    Ds does swimming which is 140 for a term once a week.

    He also has just started tennis which is 165 for ten weeks.

    We have a rule in our house that if you decide to do an activity you must complete one terms worth and then if you decide you don't like it you can quit.

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    I was very lucky as I got DS a lifetime membership to his karate club (they had a special offer when they were moving dojo) ...it cost me $3000...BUT, it means he can stay there for life with no fees! We got it 3 years ago, so are already on "free time"). That said, he goes in tournaments ...which cost me about $60 a go (prob 6-8 per year), uniforms of about $100-200 per year (if he would stop growing it would be awesome) and gradings of $40 4 times a year lol He says he wants to compete in the world karate cup...and is so dedicated. He goes 5-6 days a week (by choice).

    He also does gymnastics of $130 per term

    He used to do swimming but it was just impossible with my DD...he'll go back next year once she is a little older.

    DD going to start kinder gym when she turns 2 in September...and goes to playgroup which is $3 a week when we can make it.

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    Both DSs do

    Auskick (AFL) $50 each for the season (winter months)

    Swimming $150 a term each

    Little Athletics $40 a season (summer) each (I can't believe some of you pay over $100 for Little Aths!!)

    DS1 is going to start basketball which I think is around $50 for the season

    So compared to some activities I don't think it's very expensive really, I know my girlfriends with DDs who do dancing and gymnastics those seem to be the really expensive sports!


 

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