Autumn Family Fun Bucket List 2018 With Printable

Autumn is here! Not my very favorite season, but it is a lovely one. My favorite things about it are the lovely colored leaves and pumpkin everything!
Our goals for intentional memory making this autumn #autumn #familytime #fall #pumpkin #bucketlist @godschicki
Making memories is important to our family. Here are some of the goals that we have set for the autumn. We may not get through the whole list, but it gives us something to aim at.

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Do you have any plans for intentional memory making this Autumn? You can get my printable list to make your family fun bucket list by clicking here.

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.

Spring Family Bucket List (With Printable)

I love each of the seasons for their own reasons. I love the new life and growth in spring.

Making Memories

I try to be intentional about making memories with the children. I made a summer bucket list last year. We really enjoyed it, and it made helped us to be intentional about our time together, so I am making one for the spring. Not all of these things are necessarily spiritual, but many (like gardening, rainbows, Easter, and learning about the creatures that God has made) if not all, open the door for many teachable moments. Far more often than not, quality time happens in quantity time! With faith at home, more is caught than taught.
Spring Family Bucket List with Printable #spring #bucketlist #family #garden #familytime @godschicki

Our Spring Bucket List

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  • pick strawberries
  • make jam
  • garden
  • make bread
  • visit a farm/petting zoo
  • celebrate Easter
  • check out our favorite farm stand
  • go on a nature walk as a family
  • pick flowers
  • do the object lessons of the Resurrection Eggs
  • dye eggs
  • press flowers
  • make sun catchers
  • splash in puddles
  • dance in the rain
  • paint with bubbles
  • fly a kite
  • have a picnic
  • bake cupcakes/cookies
  • smell the flowers
  • make play dough
  • draw with sidewalk chalk
  • make a berry pie
  • teach the kids how to play hopscotch
  • have a tea party outside
  • play tag
  • read outside
  • get a good family picture
  • nature scavenger hunt
  • make flower crowns/daisy chains
  • bug hunt/catch bugs
  • blow bubbles
  • play ball
  • learn about butterflies
  • paint rocks
  • build a fort
  • paint a rainbow
  • watch the clouds/find pictures in the clouds
  • do some origami (might just be a paper air plane…but we’ll see)
  • cook with fresh veggies together
  • learn how plants grow
  • make a windsock
  • make paper flowers
  • look for four-leaf clovers
  • wash cars
  • tell jokes
  • make pinwheels
  • make old fashioned lemonade
  • make a bird feeder
  • some fun spring crafts
  • make cards for people
  • family movie night
  • family game night
  • visit a new place (museum, historical place, etc)
  • enjoy the sunshine

Now, this is quite the list, and we may not get to all of it, but aim for the moon and at least you will land among the stars, right?
I made up a printable to help you out in your planning, you can click here to get that!
Need some ideas on what to add to your spring bucket list? I have a Pinterest Board for Spring Bucket List Ideas.
Do you have any spring traditions?