Summer Bucket List For Families 2019
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Finding things for your family to do all summer can be an overwhelming task. That’s why we have compiled a summer bucket list for families and created a free printable that will allow you to keep track of all the fun you’re having!
This summer, we don’t have any major vacations planned and we’re on a budget, so it was important for us to come up with a list of activities that were attainable and that would provide memories for all of us.
Most of the activities that we included on the bucket list are inexpensive or even free. I’ve linked a few things here and there that might be helpful when preparing for these activities!
Check out our summer bucket list for families below!
Summer Bucket List Activities
- GO TO THE LIBRARY
- EXPLORE A NEW PARK
- HEAD TO THE ZOO
- TAKE A ROAD TRIP
- TRY A NEW CANDY
- MAKE ICE CREAM AT HOME
- USE SIDEWALK CHALK
- PRACTICE THE HOOLA HOOP
- HAVE A ROOT BEER FLOAT
- GO TO A BEACH
- MAKE FRESH LEMONADE
- GO SWIMMING IN A POOL
- COOK A NEW MEAL AS A FAMILY
- LISTEN TO AN AUDIOBOOK (I love Audible!)
- WASH THE CAR
- RUN THROUGH THE SPRINKLERS
- MAKE A SLIP & SLIDE (Or buy one!)
- GO TO THE BEACH
- GO SWIMMING IN A RIVER OR LAKE
- GO CAMPING
- MAKE S’MORES ON THE CAMPFIRE
- WATCH FIREWORKS
- FINGER PAINT OR TIE-DYE
- MAKE A SUNDAE BAR WITH YOUR FAVORITE TOPPINGS
- GO SEE A MOVIE IN THE THEATER
- BINGE WATCH A SHOW ON NETFLIX
- BUILD SOMETHING
- WATCH A CLASSIC MOVIE
- MAKE A PILLOW/BLANKET FORT
- EAT SNOW CONES (You can even buy your own machine and supplies here!)
- GO FOR A BIKE RIDE
- MAKE A SILLY VIDEO
Grab Your Free Printable!
This printable provides all of the ideas above, with a place to check each one off as you complete it over the summer. In addition, we’ve left a few lines blank so that you can come up with a few other activities as a family that you’d like to do!
What summer activities are you planning? I’d love to hear below in the comments!
Also, if you’re interested in finding out how we kept our fifth grader learning during the summer last year, check out this blog post.