Summer is almost here! Are you ready? While it’s super nice to have a break from busy school mornings, homework, and crazy-full days, we’ve found it helpful to have some sort of summer schedule to keep things from getting toooo lazy.
If you’re looking for summer boredom busters or just fun summer activities for kids, this Summer Fun Kit makes it SO easy for you.
Because Moms deserve to enjoy summer, too!
Supermom status….here you come! This is great for a DIY Summer Camp or just fun with your kids.
KID’S SUMMER SCHEDULE PRINTABLES
If you want a little more structure to your summer days than our A to Z Summer Bucket List then themed summer days are for you!
Each day of the week has a category of activities. The great thing about this summer schedule is that it gives you plenty of variety from at home activities, to field trips, and also a day built in to learn something new!
Summer Fun Schedule:
These great Summer daily schedule templates allow you to fill in any summer activities you want!
- Make It Monday– art, craft, hands on activity
- Tasty Tuesday– make a fun summer recipe
- Water Wednesday- do any water activity
- Thinking Thursday– learn something new or spend lots of time reading
- Field Trip Friday– take an outing to a new park, zoo, factory, etc.
- BONUS Service Saturday ideas
To use these printable summer schedules, I recommend laminating one copy and then filling out your plan at the beginning of each week.
Post it for the whole family to see so everyone can look forward to the family fun you’ll have!
This summer fun kit includes over 60 easy, low-mess, and inexpensive ideas plus complete supply list and directions. All the work is done for you!
SUMMER BUCKET LIST
If you’re a big fan of Summer Bucket Lists, don’t worry! This summer plan for fun will still help you cross off all your favorite Summer Bucket list items!
Gather your family to create a master summer bucket list. Having everyone help with this step is important so that each person feels like their ideas are important, too.
When your family summer bucket list is created, then take each of those items and plan them out into your weekly schedule.
Family vacations, trips, reunions, and holidays count as summer activities that you should put on your summer bucket list.
Think of this fun kit as your Summer Survival Kit…because we all know that after a week of Summer vacation, everyone starts getting “bored.”
These easy crafts for kids, water games, and easy recipes for kids plus other fun ideas will give you just enough structure for the summer while still allowing for plenty of down time!
Have fun! Tag your summer fun @sofestive so we can see all the fun you have together.