Welcome to Friday Fun Family Freebies! How much alliteration can I fit into one sentence? I used to do this feature several years ago and it’s coming back by popular demand. It’s fun to get free stuff, right? So here are some free things I found for you and your family. I try my best to make sure that they are truly free…no shipping and handling, no “free now, but you have a subscription to cancel” type of thing. Free, free, truly free!
I have not done this post in about six months, and recently a few people said…”I miss the freebie posts!” Ok, so here you go. Bringing it back.
So sit back, relax, click and enjoy these fun Friday family freebies! List will be updated each week and I will not delete the old ones. They are dated and some will last a long time, but some are limited. Have fun!
February 5, 2016 freebies:
Free printable articulation worksheets
My friends at HotCouponWorld publish a list of FREE Kindle and Nook books, and the current list has a bunch of free adult coloring books on it!
Mark your calendars–the Constitution Center is offering FREE admission on Presidents’ Day.
Having trouble with your weight loss resolution? Atkins is offering a free get started kit and a free app. Plus, you can print a bogo coupon to get some of their products at your local grocery store.
Get a free video from Disney, but they go quickly, so don’t delay!
January 29, 2016 freebies:
It is FREE weekend at Zoo America in Hershey! The roads are clear, the snow is melting, so go to the zoo!
It is also an Autism Day at the Academy of Natural Sciences. It’s ‘pay what you wish’ so that can be free. No shame in not paying if you cannot afford it. That’s what these days are for–so take advantage if you need it.
Here’s a free download from Baby Einstein-
And last but not least for this Friday….
H&R Block is allowing families to e-file their federal tax return for free!
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July 10, 2015 freebies:
Amazon is having a “Prime Day” on July 15 to celebrate 20 years in business. They claim that they will be offering deals better than Black Friday. You can get Amazon Prime FREE for 30 days by clicking the banner below. Amazon Prime is normally $79 a year (I think!) and we use it and feel it’s worth it, but you can try it free and see for yourself. Just put a note on your calendar so that in about 3 weeks you cancel it if you don’t want it.
Astute Hoot: Cute teaching tools and several free things on their site (printables). Good for teachers, homeschoolers or moms doing school stuff during the summer.
Baby Einstein bundle: I haven’t tried this myself, so I’m not *positive* that it won’t ask you to pay shipping and handling, but I don’t think it does. Get 3 free board books and several MP3 downloads from Baby Einstein.
Global Citizen Festival: How would you like to see Coldplay, Beyonce, Pearl Jam and more….for FREE? You can! The Global Citizen Festival is in NYC this September and it’s free! The catch? You have to volunteer to make the world a better place….I love this concept. But, since most of my readers are special needs parents, chances are that you are volunteering in some capacity and should have no trouble fulfilling that requirement to get your free tickets.
June 5, 2015 freebies:
Some good ones this week, take a look!
FREE Language Tune Up Kit! What is it? The Language Tune-Up Kit (LTK®) interactive reading software helps develop
reading skills using the Orton-Gillingham phonics method.
Are you a teacher? Then how about a FREE pass to the Philadelphia Zoo all summer!
For a fun summer activity, what if you could take your kids bowling…for free…all summer long!?! YOU CAN!
And, if you live near Philadelphia, please make sure you check out the list of free days for the National Constitution Center.
May 29, 2015 freebies:
Here is a list of free summer reading programs! Great list and great way to keep your kids motivated throughout the summer.
Universal Orlando has recently announced some additions to the freebies they offer for military families. Check it out.
And speaking of freebies for military families, here is what Sesame Place and the Sea World parks offer. (What can I say, still feeling sentimental from Memorial Day!)
Spending Tracker App-Free from Amazon! You truly cannot begin to save money in your household, unless you know where you are spending. This app is a great start.
Free fire safety stickers for autism households: Firefighters vs. Autism has a program on their website, and when you register your household, you can receive some free fire safety stickers, or car safety stickers, alerting emergency personnel that a person with autism may be inside.
Free lifetime pass to National Parks: While only about a third of our National Parks charge an admission fee, if you or a loved one has a disability, you can apply for a lifetime pass…for free! Perfect for summer vacation season.
P&G Everyday: This freebie is not always available, so grab it while you can. I love some of the P&G products like Head & Shoulders, Dawn and Tide.
Military freebie: It’s Memorial Day weekend, which means that Blue Star Families has announced their list of free places for summer 2015. If you are a military family, sign up and you get free museum admission all summer long!
Free booklet of low sugar/diabetic recipes: This exclusive book is brought to you by Diabetic Connect, the largest online community for people affected by diabetes. It’s absolutely FREE.
May 15, 2015 freebies:
Betty Crocker Freebies: Sign up for our FREE email for the best of Betty. Get exclusive coupons (up to $250 per year in savings), access to free samples (quantities limited – one per member), our hottest recipes, and more.
Disney Parks Planning DVD: If you are thinking of planning a trip to Disney, you can get a free DVD. Click banner below.
Have you accessed your Free IEP toolkit yet? What are you waiting for? We are nearing the end of peak IEP season, thankfully…but this is good to bookmark for when you need it. Share with your friends!
Got heartburn? Try Prilosec for free. I like to order these little sample freebies, they are perfect for traveling or keeping in my purse.Click here for reuse options!
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