Happy Cinco de Mayo! I hope you have had a fabulous weekend. We sure have. Now it is Sunday night and I am trying to wrap my brain around everything that needs to get done in the next 24 school days. While trying to wrap my brain around that, I procrastinated and made up our summer bucket list. Why not? I need to prepare for summer.
I have done a bucket list the past two years and we have really had fun with it. Here is ours four our house. I change up the design every year.
I have this printed as a 16 X 20 poster at Costco and hang it up in our house. My husband works during the summer, but my son and I love to check things off our summer bucket list. Now it is hard to read on here and may look long, but many of these are simple. For example:
- bake cookies
- go on a bike ride
- play with legos
- and many more!
Do you make a summer bucket list? What items are on your list? I decided to make up a summer bucket list for my class. First, we brainstormed all kinds of things we can do in the summer. I wanted to be sure we had large list to choose from. Next, we filled out this summer bucket list. I encouraged my students to hang them up in their bedrooms. Maybe that would help encourage them to complete something from their list. Click below to grab your freebie!
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- Great for the end of the year!