First things first… let’s do a happy dance because you are on summer break!
Second, what are you doing this summer?
Big plans? Little plans?
Every summer, I feel like I start off with great plans with all these ideas of everything I want to accomplish, but then at the end of the summer, I feel like I didn’t get anything done. Who’s with me?
So, I have decided I really want to enjoy my summer break by setting some goals. Goals? Ha! That just sounds to formal… and not fun… so we’ll just call it a teachers’ summer bucket list!
A summer bucket list is a perfect way to jot down some fun ideas to enjoy your summer break! When you look back at the end of the summer, you’ll have a whole list of awesome activities you got to do!
Summer Bucket List Ideas
Here are some out-of-the-box ideas that you might want to consider this summer that are bucket list worthy event. Try some of these ideas below:
- BBQ Picnic
- Pro baseball game
- Pool Time
- Frozen Yogurt Run
- Lay In a Hammock
- Bike Rides
- Visit a new city or state
- Beach Stroll (maybe collect some shells)
- Read, Read, Read (Let me know if you have any good books you’d recommend.)
- Thrift Shop Exploring
- Sundae Funday
- Pajama Day
- Concert at the Park
- Firework Show
- Water Balloon Fight
- Make a Movie (if you have kids they’ll love this)
Aside from activities, there might be some stuff in the house you’d like to try: bake a new dish, try a craft, paint a room etc!
Free Teacher’s Bucket List
To get you going on your teachers’ summer bucket list, I created this free resource and it’s in my Grace-Filled Resource Library! If you aren’t a member, you can sign up by clicking here! If you are a member, then just log in and you grab it.
The other day, I got a new set of flair pens, so I am ready to fill in these sheets! I am excited about all the fun ideas planned for this summer! I hope they help you too!
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