Food: Kids eat for £1 at Asda Cafés, all day, with no minimum spend. Adults don’t have to buy anything. Kids can pick up a fish finger, chicken nugget or all day breakfast meal. Over 60s can also eat for £1, getting a soup, roll and unlimited tea or coffee.

Bonus deals: Everyone can go into an Asda Café and get a free bowl of porridge and hot drink for breakfast everyday until 20th March.

Entertainment: Kids Bowling from £2.85 at Hollywood Bowl With Code FEBFUN50. If you book a game of bowling before 11am this half term, you can use the code at checkout to get 50% off. Bowling games for as little as £5.70, which drops down to £2.85 a game when using the code. Always works if parents want to play too. Some locations are excluded.

Total for the day: £3.85 per child.

Tuesday offers:

Food: Unlimited Pancakes For £7.50 At Bill’s. Celebrate Pancake Day on Tuesday at Bill’s restaurants nationwide with unlimited pancakes on Tuesday for kids and adults.

Entertainment: Free Kids Workshop at Pets At Home. Book online for a free workshop for kids at Pets At Home, where they can meet animals in store, as well as receiving an activity sheet and a certificate for participating.

Total for the day: £7.50 per child.

Wednesday offers

Food: Kids Eat For Free at Tesco Cafés. If an adult makes ‘any’ purchase, kids can choose a meal to eat for free. There’s no minimum spend, so you could just pick up a piece of fruit for 60p for your child to eat for free. They can choose between hot food or a sandwich pack, which includes a drink, fruit and two snacks.

Entertainment: Geocaching is a free nationwide treasure hunt that you can do with your kids. It’s free to download the app, follow clues and locations to hidden treasures.

Total for the day: 60p per child.

Thursday offers
Food: Kids Eat Free at Dunelm (for every £4 spent). When dining at Dunelm cafés (known as Pausa) for every £4 an adult spends, you get a free kids meal. All kids meals come with two snacks and a drink, which would normally cost £5+. Available all day.

Entertainment: Free Apple Workshop – Create Your Own Theme Song For Kids. Apple stores nationwide put on workshops for kids to teach them new skills. You can book a ‘make your own theme song’ for free, where kids can learn how to use the app Garage Band to make their own music, and theme song. They provide iPads if you don’t have one yourself.

Total for the day: £4 per child.

Friday offers

Food: Kids Meal For 45p At IKEA. On Fridays, kids can get pasta and tomato sauce, a soft drink and a piece of fruit for 45p. Parents don’t need to spend anything, there’s no loyalty card required and it’s valid from 11am until close.

Entertainment: During school holidays and weekends, Vue, Cineworld and Odeon offer junior screenings in the morning. Tickets are £2.50 for kids and adults. So one adult and one child will only cost £5 for a film.

Total for the day: £2.95 per child.