School for us in NY will be out in another few weeks and that means that I go from the role of mother to cruise director in 5 seconds flat after that final bell rings. I am all for sending the kids out to play to keep busy just like I did as a child but the creative person in me likes to keep busy and go places and do stuff. Last year I came up with the printable summer activities coupon book (which I failed horribly at letting them actually USE the coupons) so this year I decided to go with something a little different. I created this printable Summer Bucket List as a guide to help keep us busy this summer. This will also serve as reminder to the little people in my house at the end of summer that we actually went and did stuff, ya know when they start complaining and such.
There are a few ways you can print and display this summer bucket list:
- Laminate it. Grab a dry erase marker and cross things off as you go along.
- Frame it. Put it in a frame that has glass and cross things off as you go with your dry erase marker.
- Enlarge it. Get this summer bucket list printed out on blueprint size paper at your local print shop. Hang it up on your wall and cross thing off with pencil or crayon as you go.
In case you’re one of those people who LOVE things with dates on them, I created a 2014 version. Same fun ideas, just one has a year and the other doesn’t.
If you choose to frame it, it will fit into an 8×10 frame
Download PDF by clicking the links below
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