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20-07-2016 08:10 #11
Extra curricular activities how much per child per week?
Last edited by giveitago; 20-07-2016 at 08:20.
20-07-2016 08:20 #12
Argh too much.
$30 a week for piano for DD1
$35 a week for both girls ballet
$35 a week for both girls swimming.
DD1 also wants to do gymnastics, which we think would be great for her coordination and core strength but seriously we already spend a lot on their activities!
20-07-2016 08:23 #13
$10 a week for 2 karate lessons.
$80 for a season of Auskick
20-07-2016 08:42 #14
$43 per week for three kids swimming lessons
$160/term for Taekwondo for DS1
20-07-2016 08:52 #15
DS2 only does swimming once a week at $20.
20-07-2016 09:44 #16
DS is 5.5 and has 3 extra curricular activities a week.
- Swimming is $300 a term, DS was traumatised by lessons at Kings so he now goes to a private swim school which is a lot more expensive but totally worth it as he now LOVES swimming and has come so far in one term.
- Karate is $132 for 12 lessons + $75 insurance a year and his outfit, plus extra for gradings and new belts when he moves up.
- Tennis is $110 a term.
20-07-2016 11:12 #17
Dance (incl private solo lessons)
Approx $65 a week
$30 a week
Currently nothing as he was freaking out at swimming so having a break
20-07-2016 11:20 #18Senior Member
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My DD is only 12 months old lol but she does swimming ($18 a week) and gymbaroo ($21 a week). When she's older I'd be happy to support 1 sport and 1 music/arts interest each week.
20-07-2016 11:34 #19Senior Member
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DS1 (almost 3) and DS1 (almost 1) each do swimming ($18 pw) and music group ($19 pw). I'd love for DS1 to do a ball sport class of some kind, but the logistics are just too hard ATM.
20-07-2016 18:10 #20
DD is almost 3 and we probably pay around $40 a week in extra curricular.
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