Family Summer Bucket List with Little Kids

Family Summer Bucket List with Little Kids


This year our family summer bucket list with little kids is going to look a little different. Check out our list and get some fun ideas!


Family Summer Bucket List with Little Kids


Family Summer Bucket List with Little Kids

With a newborn trying to find things we can do is going to look a little different than years past. We want to do fun stuff but now that we are no longer on man to man defense we are finding ideas that can work for us!

Check out our list below and see if you can see any ideas you want to try! Let me know of some ideas you think we should try!



Summer Bucket List with Little Kids

  • Go to every park in SF and Mapleton
  • Finger paint
  • Build a sandbox
  • Finish the basement
  • Stargazing
  • Plant flowers
  • Go on a picnic
  • Visit grandma great 
  • Start a collection
  • Dance party
  • Make a butterfly garden
  • Hiking
  • Make a wash… for hot wheels
  • Make a kite
  • Build and test a boat
  • Puddle jumping
  • Dress up
  • Bike rides
  • Puppet show
  • Rock garden
  • Make an obstacle course
  • Tye dye shirts
  • Make squirt gun and water balloon art

This is our list so far, we plan to add more but I hope that our brainstorming can help inspire a little summer fun for you!

5 thoughts on “Family Summer Bucket List with Little Kids”

  1. What a fun list of activities to do with kids during the summer. All of these are simple and easy to do – they just take time. Can’t wait to put these into practice!

  2. Ah, summer bucket lists are the perfect recipe for creating lasting family memories! It’s wonderful that you’re adapting the list to suit the uniqueness of the year. Exploring new ideas with little ones adds that extra sprinkle of joy. If you need writing assistance check out When it comes to writing assistance, this source is a big help for me and my student daughter. Check them out if you ever feel like immortalizing these amazing experiences in words! Wishing you and your family a season filled with laughter, adventures, and plenty of checked-off bucket list items!

  3. Thanks for sharing these great ideas! As we get ready for summer, I added some educational resources to our family wish list. We are considering homeschooling options and came across this interesting article It is filled with valuable tips and tools to help us create an enriching learning environment for our children. Here’s to a summer filled with fun and learning! 🌞✏️

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