The other day, I managed to sneak off to the library without the kids, and picked up:
* lots of gardening books and even a couple of gardening DVDS.
*Some fun crafts books for me and the kiddo.
*Some early childhood homeschool-y books.
*A stack of books about Autism.
*Several PBS DVDs for my son
*Season 2 of House on DVD.
That's several weeks of quality entertainment and education for me and the kiddos, and it was free. Additionally, I'll have time to crochet the one or two patterns I like in each book, do the one or two crafts with my son that seem interesting, and then return the books, saving me precious space in our small house. If I end up buying any of the books later, it will because I've already read through them, and they're actually worth having.
Being entertained for free works for me. Utilize your local library.
Want to find more WFMW tips? Check out http://www.wearethatfamily.com/.
If you're a new visitor, don't forget to check out my Spellquizzer software giveaway, which ends tonight.