We are just over a week in our Summer break, we don’t have any summer travel planned and my kids are bored. I’m trying to get done all of the things I wasn’t able to tackle during the school year. It’s 110 out so needless to say the kids aren’t interested in playing outside.
My energy level on a scale of 1 to 10 to entertain my kids is a 1. So I’ve decided that I need to put forth the effort and make this a summer of great memories by creating a summer bucket list. Now the list isn’t long – (ain’t noboby got time for that) but I did want to create a list that gave us great memories.
Fun Activities –
Go on a hike
Go on a bike ride
Chase sunsets and take pictures. (I May even make this a contest between the kids.
Have a picnic
Fly a kite
Family photo scavenger hunt. (Example… Take a picture of a full moon)
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Giving Back Activities –
Make cookies for our local (police, fireman, mailman, trash person etc… ) Along with a note to say Thanks!
Make care packages (water, energy bars, etc) to handout to the homeless street peddlers.
Volunteer at a food bank / shelter
I know this list will definitely create a summer of great activities and don’t forget to print the Summer Activities bucket list.
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