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Summer Bucket List for Tweens & Teens – Free Family Printable

Summer bucket list - Over 100 ideas for tweens & teens, and adults too! Includes crafts, recipes, and lots of fun activities indoors and outdoors. Free printable.

A few years ago, I published a one-page summer bucket list that continues to be extremely popular for families, but it occurred to me this year, as I was planning the summer out for my own two kids, that the bucket list may not fit my now 12-year-old as well as it once did. I resolved to create a new, updated summer bucket list just for tweens and teens. I printed out my new Intentional Summer Planner and given the lists of activities to my big girl to peruse and revise. She crossed out the items she had already done … Read more

Printable Photo Scavenger Hunt for Tweens, Teens, & Adults

Photo Scavenger hunt for Kids, Tweens, Teens, & Adults - This awesome list includes both indoor and outdoor ideas. Perfect for a birthday party, group, or team event. Could be done at school, home, Girl Scouts, or homeschool. Great family activity for spring, summer, or fall.

I am a Girl Scout leader for two troops. I’m the leader of Grace’s 6th grade Cadette troop, and I’m the assistant leader of Allie’s 2nd grade Brownie troop. I don’t do much planning for the Brownies; the main leader does all the work for that one. But for the Cadettes, pretty much everything falls to me. A lot of Cadettes take responsibility for their troops, but my girls aren’t really into girl-led activities. In fact, I let them plan out most of the year this year, and they didn’t really follow through on the activities they had planned which … Read more

The Ultimate List of Things for Tweens & Teens to Do When They’re Bored – 200+ Ideas & Printable

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote a post on things for kids to do when they’re bored. It included a mammoth printable with over 200 ideas and suggestions for younger kids – maybe ages 4-10? – to do when they are bored. On it were lots of things including play hopscotch and experiment with seeds and make crayons in the sun. A few readers emailed me after that post to ask for a similar one for older kids – 10 and up – because, as a group, they are not usually interested in playing with Barbies or doing simple … Read more