Free printable: Summer Bucket List

Last night, our sweet Tiny (that’s our nickname for our daughter, if you’re new here) officially graduated from kindergarten. Sniff, sniff.┬áMy, how quickly the years have passed!

Today marks the first day of her summer vacation, which means we’ve got to come up with some fun plans to make this the best one yet. I started by quickly putting together this Summer Bucket List printable so we could pencil in our must-dos:

Summer-bucket-list-photoI thought I would share it with all of you because, frankly, this list will work for kids of all ages (I’m creating one just for me). To grab your free copy, click here.

Tiny already mentioned a few of her Summer Bucket List items. They include:

  1. Visit grammy and pappy.
  2. Go in the sprinkler.
  3. Eat ice cream.
  4. Do chores. (Yep. This was a jaw-dropper for me, too.)
  5. Go on an animal safari.
  6. Drive a boat in the water and go swimming.
  7. Sleep over in a tent and have a campfire.

What’s on your Summer Bucket List?

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2 Responses

  1. JaneEllen says:

    Thanks much for the Summer Bucket list. I’ll be having it on my frig or in my studio to keep me going along. All I tend to want to do in the summer (since it’s so quick and fleeting) is go float on the lake that’s about 7 1/2 miles from our house at a state park. I don’t want to clean house or anything but float and have fun. Hey I’m 72 almost 73 my time is getting shorter for the fun aspect. Oh and I want to spend time creating.
    Hope your summer is great, you get to enjoy your kids and family, have fun. Have a great holiday weekend.

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