Summer Fun Activity Container
Hey, it’s Becky from Clean Mama Blog.My preschooler and I have been talking about different things we want to do this summer. I wanted to turn our list into a visual representation of what we want the summer to look like. Preschoolers love to see accomplishment and have things to look forward to – at least mine do! I came up with this idea as a way to “choose” activities for the summer. Most activities are free, some cost a little bit, but the idea is to have a bucket of ideas – and to do every single one before Labor Day. Some will be used as a reward and others will go into the “What are we going to do today?” category. Here’s how we made our Summer Fun Container.
We started by writing down all the fun things we want to do on a summer fun list (in the shop) like this:
I typed out our list:
Cut each event into strips:
We covered another Trader Joe’s coffee container with summery scrapbook paper, glue, stickers, and paper ribbon.
We used border stickers to cover the fronts and backs of clothespins:
We put the clothespins in the container with the strips of paper.
We’ll choose activities between Memorial Day and Labor Day and hopefully at the end of the summer, our Summer Fun Container will look like this:
Have you started making plans for the summer?
How do you plan? No planning, make a list, or something visual and tactile?
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That is SUCH cute idea!
That looks so cute… I have 2 year old toddlers so I am trying to exhaust them as much as possible. We have a lot fun and rainy day ideas so check us out. Of course it also involves every park imaginable, fruit picking of every type and daily roadtrips to wherever possible like rivers,lake and ocean.
Love it! How much fun will that be! I always start meaning well, then fizzle out. Way to get going and good luck!
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I love this project so much! I’d love it if you’d come link up to my linky party on Friday. Each week I host Home and Family Friday. I’m a kindergarten teacher and I’d love to share this idea with my families!
Great idea! Your can looks so summery and fun!I’ll have to try it out with my kids (5 & 8).
These are the cutest little clothespins ever! What a cute idea!
We use clothespins for chip bag clips…I’m thinking about making some like these to use for that!
Thanks so much~!
This is such a great idea! Children are so visual (and so am I)
This is a fantastic idea! We’re heading out on a road trip for the month of July…I think I’ll create a traveling version. Thanks for sharing!