Summer Fun doesn't have to be costly

June 19, 2009 9:49:51 AM PDT
School's out, which likely means you're looking for inexpensive ways to entertain the kids.

How about taking them to the movies?

AMC theaters are offering what they're calling Summer Moviecamp.

Admission is just $1for movies at 10 a.m. Each Wednesday until August 5th. The list of titles includes Kung Fu Panda, Star Wars Clone Wars, and more.

For all the details, click here.

Not to be outdone, Regal and AMC Cinemas are offering FREE movies on both Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 10 a.m. for nine weeks over the summer.

The titles you can catch include Hotel for Dogs, Shrek the Third, and more.

For all the details on this program, click here.

For a change of pace, you can also take the kids to the Please Touch Museum for just $2.

Target is sponsoring the reduced admission at the Please Touch from 5 to 7 p.m. on the first Wednesday of each month. If you're traveling, check the Target website, because they offer similar programs at other attractions all over the country.

For all the details, click here.

And don't forget good old reading. Lots of libraries sponsor summer reading clubs, but the program sponsored by TD Bank will actually pay your kids to read!

Just click here for details and print out a Reading Log form.

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