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Our 2014 Summer To Do List

I know you've been looking forward to my fifth annual Summer To Do List! (Here's 201320122011, and 2010.)

I have never, and will never, call this a Bucket List (even though everyone else seems to be calling them that these days). I've always heard Bucket List used as a list of things to do before you kick the bucket, and I don't plan on doing that any time soon. This is our To Do List.

And we plan on doing each item.

I wasn't going to do a To Do list this year, given the fact that we're using The Confident Mom's Summer Survival Calendar this year, but I've had so many requests for a 2014 list that I thought I better give it a facelift and share a fresh one! I'll be honest; we had a hectic summer last year with my mom's illness and passing, so we didn't get to most of the list. I only changed a couple of items because the rest are things we didn't get to do.

Feel free to cross things off and add things on the back. Make my list your own. Come back and share in the comments what you added; maybe I'll use them on next year's list!

Like before, I created two different versions of my Summer To Do List – 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.

The printable version is nice and clean for printing, no links, no underlining, all black and white for easy (and cheap) printing.

I hope you have a messy summer!

Printable Summer To Do List with no links

Summer To Do list printable

Summer To Do List including links to activities

Summer To Do list with links

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