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If you had 10 billion $1 notes and spent one every second of every day, it would take 317 years for you to go broke.

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Have Fun on a Budget

Are you looking for some fun activities to do that won't cost a lot of money? There are many cool things you can do without spending a fortune! Here are some ideas you can try:

  1. Nature scavenger hunt: Going on a scavenger hunt in your backyard or at a park is so much fun! Make a list of things to find, like a cool leaf, a feather, or a smooth rock. See how many of those items you can find!
  2. Arts and crafts: There are tons of things you can create using stuff you already have at home. Old magazines, colorful paper, stickers, markers, cardboard boxes, glue, fabric scraps, and scissors arescavenger hunt a great place to start! Gather your supplies and let your imagination run wild. You can make collages, sculptures, or even your own comic book!
  3. Movie or game night: Who doesn't love a good movie or game night? You can even choose a theme if you want to. Pick out a fun movie to watch or grab your favorite board game. Make some popcorn, snuggle up with your family, and enjoy a cozy night in.
  4. Science experiments: Did you know you can do cool science experiments right in your own kitchen? Try making slime, creating a volcano, or mixing colors to make a rainbow. It's like being a scientist in your own home!
  5. Outdoor sports: Being active outside is not only fun but good for you! Play a game of soccer or basketball at the park, go for a bike ride, or have a game of tag in your backyard. You'll get to run around, have a blast, and get some exercise and fresh air at the same time.

So grab your friends and family, get creative, and have a blast trying out these fun ideas!

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