School’s out. Summer is upon us. And we’ve rounded up all our summer fun posts in one place to make them easier to find. So without further adieu, I proudly present our ultimate collection of summer bucket lists. Taa-daaa!
Pick the bucket list you like best, and click on the linked image. Doing so will take you to the original post where you can download your preferred printable. Have fun!
The Ultimate Collection of Summer Bucket Lists
From eating watermelon to playing hopscotch to going fishing, this colorful list has enough kid-friendly ideas to last you all summer.
Here’s a month’s worth of fun activities your family can enjoy together, including shopping farmers’ markets, going on nature hikes, and making ice cream sundaes.
This list was created by a fellow mommy blogger who is also a school teacher and is chaockful of great ideas, many of which we’d never tried before.
Here’s a list of activities kids can do independently. Tell your children to reference it next time they complain of being bored.
Another of our 50 Ways lists, this one is filled with activities you can enjoy in the great outdoors.
Do lengthy bucket lists overwhelm you? Then scale back and used this simplified template to create your own “essential” list of goals for this summer.
This plain-Jane list was the one I used for many a summer before starting this blog (and learning how to design fancier versions on my computer).
This list offers suggestions for having fun without breaking the bank: building blanket forts, playing tag, and making recycled art.
And that concludes my ultimate collection of summer bucket lists. For even more memory-making tips and ideas, check out our family fun bundle, on sale now.