While I was designing Hudson’s birthday invitations and decorations (he is having a bug themed party) I was inspired to create our annual Summer Bucket List for 2015. It’s a bit early considering we are just finally starting to really see Spring arrive in our part of the country, but that’s okay. It gives us more time to make plans and I have a really cool project planned that will correspond with our bucket lists for each season. Stay tuned for that.
The kids love these lists and think it’s so much fun to cross activities off throughout the summer. My husband and I love them too because they’re a great resource on those days when you just can’t seem to keep the kids from being bored and bickering.
Here is my design for 2015. Feel free to right click, save it to your computer and print out your own copy. Pin it and share it with friends too!
Note: This list is for personal use only.
As you can see if you compare the lists, I keep all of our favorite activities each year, but try to change things up a bit too. This year I one of the activities I added is a “hooray” day. I have that planned for Hudson’s first day of summer break. I’ll post more about it when the date gets closer in case you’d like to have your own “hooray” day.
And if you’re interested here are the previous year’s lists:
I hope you find these lists helpful, fun and super cute! Enjoy!
Is there anything you would add to your list? I love to hear about it!
Since I’m super excited and anxious for Spring to arrive, I decided to make another Spring Bucket List to print and hang on our fridge. These lists are such a great way to let the kids keep track of the things we want try to do during that particular season and the things we’ve already done, as well as, a way for us to come up with an activity at a moments notice.
**Note:This printable is for personal use only**
To print your own copy simply right click on the picture, save it to your computer and print.
(If your wondering about the play birdfeeder craft, it can be found here at Handmade Charlotte. I came across it on Pinterest a while back and knew my kiddos would love it. We’re big bird lovers around here.)