Create a memorable and fun summer with your children using our free summer bucket list template. This Summer bucket list has been so popular we created a second one with activities for you and also a blank one for your family to create your personalised summer bucket list.
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I always print my printables directly onto 160 gsm cardstock using my Epson Ecotank Printer rather than regular paper, this way they are a little more durable and the pens do not bleed through to the other side. However, if you do not have a home printer then just pop to a library and use theirs.
Scroll to the bottom to download your free Blank Bucket List Templates
Sometimes it helps to be purposeful and prepared for the summer holidays and this year after lockdown I thought it would be a great idea to produce a summer bucket list printable and yes this is actually a summer bucket for you to print out and add things that you and the children would like to do over the summer on.
My boys have already been home for 16 weeks already and with lots of things not happening over the summer this blank bucket list is fabulous for brainstorming summer activities with the kids.
How to make a summer bucket list with kids printable
I think the best way to do this is together with your family together with treats (food always encourages my family to the table) and then brainstorm things that you want to do.
If you have kids of multiple ages then they could each produce their own list using our Free Summer Bucket List Template and pin on their bedroom walls.
Sometimes it helps to split the activities up into different sections such as places to go, things to make, things to read etc. We also have a great summer planner printable that will help you do that.
I have always tried to make sure that the majority of the things on the list are affordable with a few more expensive treats through in.
Some of the most memorable times are when we all do unexpected things as a family. So everyone joining in on the water fight on a warm day (yes, me and the husbeast too)! Or perhaps a family bike ride with a BBQ at the end.
Often children just want to spend time with the people they love, so you could add in family time with grandparents or one to one movie dates or bowling with Dad or Mum. I actually love the idea of a personal trainer session with my teens.
Download your Free Blank Summer Bucket List Template
We have also done bucket lists with activities and blank for the kids to colour in which is a great activity in itself!
Yep, you can take a look at our example and then make your own personalised summer bucket list and colour it in. Make sure you tick the box when you have done the activity.
Perhaps your kids don’t like colouring in – don’t worry we still have you covered.
If you are stuck for ideas then we have you covered with our ultimate bored jar ideas and activities for all ages.