50 Summer Bucket List Ideas for Kids Plus FREE Printable

School’s out for summer!  Keep your little ones busy with a summer bucket list!

As a teacher, I cherish these 8 weeks. I practically moon walk out of my classroom every year. But, as a mom to two boys, I have to keep my kids busy and engaged.

We opted out of sending our 6 year old  to a summer learning academy because we really want to create memorable moments and do things together as a family. We made a bucket list for ourselves and now we’re sharing 50 fun kid summer bucket list activities. But, if you just came to grab the FREE printable bucket list and check off each item as you go, just scroll down to the bottom to get it.

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1.Have a family BBQ

2. Eat Watermelon

One of the world’s juiciest fruits. Cutting it can get quite messy. Make it easier with this!

3. Wear Sunglasses

4. Go on a picnic

5. Have a water gun or balloon fight

This hot summer toy eliminates the time wasted filling balloons.

6. Draw on sidewalk

7. Stargaze

We’ll be looking at the moon and stars with this telescope.

8. Roast marshmallows

If you don’t have a wood burning fireplace or fire pit, you could roast marshmallows indoors using this s’more maker.

9. Go bowling

10. Go to the library

11. Go to the movies

12. Play in the sprinklers


 

13. Make popsicles

You can buy popsicle molds for a dollar at your local store. But for my son, I have to make it extra special since I know he loves zombies. So zombie-sicles it is.

14. Bake a cake

15. Family Game Night

Guesstures and twister two tried and true family fun games.

16. Blow Bubbles

Do regular bubble blowing or make bigger bubbles with this.

17. Eat from a food truck

18. Visit a museum

19. Make a sculpture

Go to a pottery class or get your child a kit.

20. Paint a masterpiece

21. Make a sundae


 

22. Create a music video

23. Write and mail a letter

24. Random act of kindness

25. Visit the park

26. Watch fireworks

27. Read 25 new books

28. Make gummy snacks


 

29. Put on a puppet show

30. Have a fondue night

This fondue maker is perfect is very kid friendly and easy to use.

31. Make ice cream floats

If you’re going to make floats, keep it fun and old fashion with these classic style cups.

32. Go to a splash park

33. Play frisbee

34. Design shirts

35. Make a movie

36. Day without electronics

37. Build a fort

38. Drink a mocktail

39. Get a temporary tattoo

40. Watch a sunset

41. Go on a nature walk

42. Dance in the rain

43. Learn a magic trick

This kit is perfect for beginners 4and up!

44. Make a craft

45. Make lemonade

46. Play in a pool

47. Eat breakfast in bed

48. Make a scrapbook

49. Write in a journal

50. Get a pet

We’re getting a goldfish, but we might start off with a pet turtle rock. Yes, pet rocks count.

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Grab this free printable of 50 summer bucket list ideas for kids created by Victoria Shari at Arrow and Bliss.


Free summer bucket list for kids printable created by Victoria Shari at Arrow and Bliss

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