Summer Bucket List For Kids! Free Printable!
Grab this free summer bucket list for kids printable and keep the kids entertained with these 32 fun ideas! This is SO much fun and such a hot trend right now. No more boredom!
Summer Bucket List For Kids
Summer vacation can be a TON of fun…or….it can be really boring after 3 days. How many parents already have kids complaining of boredom? Raise a hand. I hear ya. Print off my free summer bucket list for kids and kick boredom to the curb! Vow to complete these 32 fun activities this summer!
- Start a Summer journal: Try this free printable travel journal version
- Host a scavenger hunt
- Play flashlight tag
- Attend a free kids workshop (need ideas? Try Home Depot for free kids workshops!)
- Do a random act of kindness
- Jump on a trampoline
- Make paper bag puppets (or try these finger puppets out of mismatched mittens)
- Write a story and illustrate it
- Go mini golfing
- Plant vegetables
- Climb a tree
- Read at least 10 books
- Eat watermelon
- Play tag with friends
- Fly a kite
- Visit a waterpark
- Dance in the rain
- Go to a children’s museum
- Make homemade slime
- Have a picnic (or a doll picnic)
- Roast marshmallows
- Make sponge water bombs
- Drink a slurpee
- Eat too many popsicles
- Play hide and seek
- Watch fireworks
- Make handprint art
- Visit a farmer’s market
- Go bowling
- Make recycled crayons
- Have a slumber party
- Plant flowers
So get started on your summer bucket list for kids!! Which one will you do first? Maybe you’ve already done a few! Print off the summer bucket list for kids and start checking them off as you complete them! Which one was one of your favorite activities to do as a child? I personally loved roasting marshmallows and it is STILL one of my favorite things to do in summer! I’m a HUGE s’mores fan 🙂
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This is a great list of things to do for the kids during Summer. Thanks for the printable.
This is a lot of fun to do and keep for my little one so he can do it ty
Excellent list. I like the Read 10 books. Take the kids to the library every week!
What a fun idea! I have 3 kids and we’re always looking for things to do.