Summer Checklist 2017 (free printable)

Every year, my boys and I put together a summer checklist of all the fun adventures we plan on completing during their break from school. Our list is filled with simple and inexpensive ideas, but this annual tradition has proven to be a valuable tool for building priceless childhood memories. Today, I am sharing our 2017 checklist (that you can download for free), including many links to additional info about the activities. We have 50 items on our list, but feel free to just choose 20, 30, or 40 of your favourites.


To download and print the summer checklist: right-click on the checklist below, save it to your computer, and print it like a regular 8X10 photo. I sent mine to my local copy store and printed it for $0.39. 


And... in case you need more info about the items on list, check out the helpful links below.

1) Celebrate Canada Day or the 4th of July



2) Watch fireworks or attend a parade
3) Have a teddy bear picnic


4) Go to a splash pad or swim in a pool
5) Host a "half sleepover"



6) Go to a farmer's market
7) Visit the library and read a book outside



8) Have a water fight
9) Go fishing or hiking
10) Have a family movie night outside



11) Eat donuts from a string (with no hands)


12) Pick out a toy or treat at the dollar store
13) Plant something and watch it grow



14) Visit a wildlife park, farm or zoo
15) Build a fort
16) Get ice cream in PJs (drive throughs are OK) 
17) Play baseball, soccer, golf or street hockey
18) Make ice cream or go to an ice cream stand




19) Go for a bike ride
20) Decorate a cake or bake cookies



21) Spend time at a cottage, beach or park
22) Do a science experiment



23) Play a board game



24) Go geo-caching



25) Have a "kids pick the meals" day
26) Play mini golf
27) See a play or visit a museum
28) Have a lemonade stand



29) Try a new food
30) Have a theme day (e.g. a pirate day or superhero day)



31) Camp in the backyard or living room



32) Have a PJ day
33) Build a large puzzle
34) Make a summer reading list or keep a summer journal
35) Fly a kite



36) Have a dance party in the living room
37) Go on a scavenger hunt



38) Build an obstacle course
39) Play with water balloons



40) Do a good deed or raise money for charity
41) Visit a new city or town
42) Play "tag"
43) Roast marshmallows or make a different campfire treat



44) Write and mail a letter or postcard
45) Run in a race
46) Make a craft


47) __________________________
48) __________________________
49) __________________________
50) HAVE ICE CREAM FOR SUPPER!



As you can see, there are blank spaces at the bottom of my checklist for you to add a few of your own activities/ideas. Or, you can create an entirely new list using the template below. Right-click on the template, save it to your computer, print it like a regular 8X10 photo, and add as many activities as you like!


This really is one of my favourite family traditions. It's always a lot of fun, and definitely something my boys look forward to each year.


Gina
 (aka East Coast Mommy)

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