Summer Hours of Worth
Summer Bucket List
Basically, the idea is to make some sort of list of things you want to accomplish. That's the hard part! Once you have a list, you just go to work checking things off. You can be productive and have some fun as well. And if you're a bit creative about how you present the list to your kids, it helps make the likelihood of finishing greater. Even better, let them help you create the list. I've also learned that having a single focus for each day of the week helps with deciding which activity to do on which day.
Activities written on dots on the door.
Time to work on my list now. Over the next few weeks, I'll share some of the activities we've done in the past, and I look forward to seeing what you choose to do! Enjoy your Summer Hours of Wonder!
Finally, if you're looking for ideas on what to add to your lists, Pinterest is a great resource. Here's my board for kid-friendly activities.