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Summer Family Bucket List (With Printable)

This summer we will be adjusting to life with a new little one, so , while I am aiming high as always, I do not know how much of this we will get done, but we will be making memories with our new little one either way. I know that I do want to be intentional about making memories with the children.
Our plan for intentional memory making this summer. #bucketlist #summer #summerfun #familytime #familyfun @godschicki
Many of these are cheap or free, some take intentional scheduling, others are great spur of the moment things.

  • Make Popsicles
  • Make Gelatin
  • Make S’mores
  • Build a Camp Fire
  • Camp in the Backyard
  • Water gun fight
  • Play with water balloons
  • Go to the beach
  • Build a sand castle
  • Have a pillow fight
  • Make pizzas
  • Watch the stars
  • Make cupcakes
  • Find shapes in the clouds
  • Teach the children to climb trees
  • Eat watermelon and have a seed spitting contest
  • Rock painting/hunting
  • Slip and slide
  • Glow stick pool
  • Farm stand visit
  • Do science experiments
  • Do some craft projects
  • Hide and seek
  • Play in the sprinkler
  • Read 100 books
  • Have an Independence Day Scavenger Hunt
  • Go to dollar movies
  • Lowes or Home Depo Kids Workshop
  • Water balloon base-ball
  • Tin can stilts
  • Shadow puppet/ animal play
  • Write letters/cards
  • Bowling
  • Learn about sea shells/animals
  • Visit the aquarium
  • Make ice cream
  • Roll down a hill
  • Eat corn on the cob
  • Mini golf
  • Fly a Kite
  • Enjoy our veggies from the garden
  • Paint with water guns
  • Do an act of service
  • See Fireworks
  • Play with Glow sticks outside after dark
  • Catch lightning bugs

 
I have made a printable to help keep up with our list, if you would like to download it to help you be intentional about making memories this summer, you can click here. I have made a Pinterest Board with a load of Summer Bucket List ideas to pull from as well.

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