Not only was it fun but it was a life saver, so I decided to continue the tradition for the summer of 2014. My girls and I made a video to show you how to make a Summer Bucket List. We hope you enjoy it.
Like I said in the video, you may come up with more ideas than what you will end up doing, but it is fun to get creative and think of ideas. Try to come up with non monetary ideas as well, such as doing good deeds, volunteering, or/ and having outside time; possibly a scavenger hunt.
If your kids would like to have their individual Bucket List then take a look at the Teaching Heart blog. This site has a cute printable that allows your kids to answer specific summer related questions.
So grab a poster board, some bright pens and gather around and start coming up with a summer plan. Have fun!