Summer Bucket List

Summer bucket list for families

We printed our bucket lists out and stuck them on our fridge and when we complete one we check it off. It is nice to have a general idea of things we want to get done.

You can make this even more fun if you have older kids. The Unlikely Homeschool has this cute idea.

Have all your children write on slips of paper the things they most would like to do during the summer. Then put them all in a jar, don’t forget yours too! This can also give you some spontaneity because you can just pick something random out of the jar.

Summer bucket list

Here is our family bucket list-

  1. Make sand castles                                   
  2. Art museum
  3.  Visit an aviary
  4.  Bounce house
  5.  Dinosaur Museum
  6.  Nature walk
  7.  Visit a lake
  8.  Have water balloon fight
  9. Chalk art
  10. Go to a farmers market
  11.  Picnic
  12.  Splash park
  13.  Petting zoo
  14. Roast smores around campfire
  15.  Swim
  16.  Ride bike
  17.  Go on a trip
  18. Visit some local land marks
  19. Go camping
  20. Children museum
  21.  Drive in
  22. Movie under the stars
  23. Geocaching 
  24. Outdoor concert
  25. Feed the ducks at a park

Here is Mommy and Me Summer Bucket List for Toddlers. 

1.     Rice sensory bin

2.     Spaghetti noodle sensory bin

3.     Play in the sprinklers

4.     Play with the hose

5.     Cotton ball soft activity

6.     Jello sensory play

7.     Shredded paper sensory bin

8.     Color

9.     Paint with pudding

10.  Make an obstacle course

11.  Make a drum out of a oatmeal container

12.  Blow bubbles

13.  Dance

14.  Visit a new park

15.  Play with chalk

16.   Vegetable and fruit hot potato

17.    Sand box

18.    Color hunt

19.    Texture bags

20.    Baby alphabet

21.    Swim

22.    Splash park

23.   Pasta pouring sensory tub

24.   Fruit loops sensory bin

25.   Discovery bottles

26.   Yogurt finger painting


Have you made a summer bucket list? If not, here is a list of over 200 ideas at Creative Family Fun


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