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Summer Bucket List Craft

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Summer is the perfect time to make memories and try new things. That’s why we’re excited to share our summer bucket list craft! This craft is perfect for teachers and parents who want to celebrate the end of the school year or just get their kids excited for summer.

Summer bucket list craft for preschoolers and older kids to celebrate the end of the school year

Our summer bucket list craft can be adapted for various ages. There are four writing page options, each with a different writing prompt. Kids can write and draw about their summer plans, things they want to try, and places they want to go.

Summer bucket list craft for preschoolers and older kids to celebrate the start of the summer break

This craft is a great way to encourage creativity and imagination. It’s perfect for preschoolers as well as older kids. The writing prompts are open-ended, so kids can really let their imaginations run wild.

Easy Summer bucket list craft for preschoolers and older kids

Not only is this craft fun to make, it’s also a great way to stay organized during the summer. Hang up the bucket list in your home or classroom and refer to it leading up to summer in the classroom or during the summer for parents. It’s a fun way to keep track of all the activities kids want to do and the memories they want to make during their summer break.

My Summer bucket list craft for kids

Best of all, the craft could even be used during the summer as a way to give children some ideas for what to do during their break. It’s perfect for parents who want something to point to when their child says they’re bored or don’t know what to do!

Writing and coloring summer bucket list craft

Whether you’re in a classroom or at home, this is a fun and creative craft leading into summer.

Summer bucket list craft

Simple Summer bucket list craft for kids

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The craft comes with 4 writing page options, 2 pages have room for coloring and writing.

The writing prompts come in primary and single lined paper.

Step by step instructions

Start by printing the bucket patterns on colored paper and cut them out.

Print patterns on colored paper

Choose a writing page option and cut out as many as you wish for each bucket.

Use the writing prompts

Slide the shovel through the handle.

Slide shovel through handle

Glue the handle to the bucket.

Glue pieces together

Glue the writing pages to the back of the bucket.

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