Summer days feel pretty fleeting so if you want to get the most out of it, jotting down some ideas of the things you really want to be sure to do is a good strategy. Over at Little Wonders' Days we found a great list of ideas to get you started.
Using a bucket or another favorite container to put your ideas in will make it even more fun for the kids to pull out a piece of paper each day. We especially like how Kelly at Little Wonders' Days color coded her ideas for half-day activities, all day trips, and general summer fun.
It may seem a bit over the top, but we're about to make our own list. We don't want to wonder what we did all summer when the season ends. What's on your list?
A few items from Kelly's list:
• Go blue berry and blackberry picking
• Water balloon fights
• Learn to hula hoop
• Wash the cars at home
• Make a summer reading journal
• Make Wind Chimes
• Make root beer