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Our 2012 Summer To Do List

For the third year in a row, we’ve made our Summer To-Do List. (Here’s 2011 and 2010.) I know a lot of people call these Summer Bucket Lists, but I hate that name.

Do you know what a Bucket List is? It’s a wish list of things you want to do before you die. This list isn’t a wish list. This is a list of things we are going to do.

I’ve created two different versions of my Summer To Do List this year – one for printing and a different one for on-screen viewing. The on-screen version is meant to be used as a springboard to many online activities. It contains links to everything that’s not self-explanatory (except the glow stick treasure hunt, because I didn’t post it until July).

The printable version is nice and clean for printing, no links at all.

2012 summer to do list

2012 Summer To Do List – Lots of Links to Activities

 

2012 summer to do list

2012 Summer To Do List Printable – No Links

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8 thoughts on “Our 2012 Summer To Do List”

  1. Gotta tell you – you are amazing! I love these ideas and this idea for a post. Well done. We always come up with a bunch of ideas for the summer and usually only get to a handful of them. Feeling inspired! Thank you.

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  3. Your bucket list printable is really cute! How fun! Thanks for that and thanks for linking with the Summer Connections Blog Hop. If you could kindly leave a link back in your post, the five of us hosting would appreciate it!

    Amy @ Missional Mama

  4. I hadn’t thought of coming up with a concrete list for summer fun before this year. Guess I need to get the girls and have them help with the list now! Thanks for sharing!

  5. What a great idea! Admittedly I have never liked the term bucket list either 🙂

    Thanks for linking up to the Summer Connections blog hop!

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