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    Default *Spin off* What organised activities are your kids involved in, and what do they cost

    We do the following:

    Swimming at $122/term (pay up front in the first lesson)

    Athletics ($130 from March to September, pay by week 3)

    Trampoline sports (PCYC membership of $20/year then $5/session)

    AFL ($60 for the term through school, spread out in the fees at $6/week for 10 weeks)

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    DD1:
    Ballet ( $400 a term, 2 times a week)
    Swimming ( $150 a term, pay up front before they start)
    Horseriding (As we own her pony, never ending. $200 annualy for pony club. $60 for a hour long lesson when ever we can fit it in. Up to $20 a class at shows)

    DD2:
    Soccor ( $160 a term - payed within the 1st 4 games)
    Swimming ( $130 a term, payed up front before she starts)
    Horseriding ( same as above)

    DD3 and DS:
    Swimming ( 130 a term, payed up front before they start)

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    Little Athletics - $50 registration plus $2 a week (plus full uniform) - no petrol as we can walk there.

    Football - $150 registration plus boots and mouthguard (and petrol as the footy field is a good drive from home)

    He was swimming 2 times a week but I had to cancel that for now - it was around $26 a week - he will do swimming with school at the end of the year but that will still cost me $90 for the term.

    am so going to ring around tomorrow and find out about nippers and the PCYC - see if I find anything else that cheap.

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    owen will be doing soccer this season- $170 paid upfront. plus $50 for boots and shin guards.

    he is doing a swimming intensive course for $70 and if he enjoys it, he can take that up.

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    DS
    Soccer development 3 times a week $600 a term.
    Soccer (saturday sport) $160
    Swimming $130 a term
    Chess club $60 a term

    DD1
    Ballet $350 a term
    jazz $110 a term
    swimming $130 a term

    DD2
    swimming $60 a month
    playgroup $30 a term
    baby opera $120 a term.

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    DD is 8 months old. She does swimming at 130 a term and gymbaroo at 150 (I think) a term

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    DS1 -
    Swimming, $50 annual club fee, $7 a week mini squad, $3 a day swimming club, $20 for each carnival....plus the $89 togs and $30 goggles
    Soccer - $135 fee, $100ish for gear.
    Karate - $10 a week plus annual fee/tournaments/gear.

    DS2 - Swimming - as above.
    Gymnastics - $90 a term plus insurance.
    Karate - as above
    Soccer - as above.

    DD - Ballet - $55 a term
    Gymnastics - $3 a lesson
    Music - $2 a lesson
    Swimming - $9 a week

    DS3 - Gymnastics - $3 a lesson
    Music - $2 a lesson.
    Swimming - $9 a week.
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    DS does

    Soccer $90 + $100 for gear
    Gymnastics $80 per term

    Thats all i can afford at the moment

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    Kinder Gym - 1 session PW $0
    Water fun classes 1 session PF $0
    Music Lessons 1 session PW $0
    LOTE (German) 1 session PF $0 (will be $5 per term next year to cover text and Disk)

    We check with the local council/neighborhood house regularly for new free structured activities.

    If she was over 3 or over 5 she could do WAY more for $0.

    Some of the prices charged make me go

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    DS1
    Swimming $27 week (only pay 2 weeks upfront and then weekly ($17 for 1st lesson $10 for second)

    DS2
    Swimming $17 week (only pay 2 weeks upfront and then weekly )

    DS1 is starting gymboree which is 170 for 12 week block


 

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