Most summers we tend to stick around close to home, mostly because traveling with three young children sounds … um … stressful?!? But this year, I am determined to make a summer to remember, and one that is filled with fun and adventure.
I sat down with my kiddos and asked them what kind of fun things they would like to do. Of course, Disneyland was the first thing they said. Nice try, girls.
I wrote everything down and included some service projects for them as well. Everything we chose is pretty easy to do or find, and most are free or of little cost. I don’t know if we’ll be able to do all 115, but we’re certainly going to give it our best!
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Download your Summer Bucket List.
If our activities aren’t your bag, I also included a blank summer bucket list so you can write in your own activities.
Download your blank Blank Summer Bucket List.
Get out there and have some fun this summer!