Summer Bucket List for Preschoolers

A blue child's bucket with yellow spade inside it on a wet sandy beach

Now that we are in June, I decided to make a list of all the fun things I would like to do with J this year and so I have created a summer bucket list. A couple of the activities we did last year and they were such a hit that they had to make it onto this year’s list. However, most of these activities are new and I can’t wait to get out and about with J having fun in the sun. I have purposely chosen activities which are mostly available locally to me but you could easily adapt them to your area too. I have also ensured that most of my summer bucket list ideas are not too expensive to make this more achievable.

strawberries in a punnet with leaves around them,
1. Strawberry picking
2. Dinner at the beach
3. Camping
4. Growing a plant
5. Paddling pool fun
6. Visit a splash park
7. Play in the river
8. Ride on an open top bus
9. Take a train to the New Forest for a picnic
10. Go on a family bike ride
11. Play crazy golf
12. Go on a boat trip   A green tent on a hill overlooking water. The sun is setting over a distant hill.
13. Visit somewhere new (ideally Thomas Land at Drayton Manor)
14. Complete a scavenger hunt
15. Go to a different country in the UK (we went to Wales at the weekend, so I am ticking this one off already)

 

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Will you add some of these to your summer bucket list?

What do you think I am missing? I’d love you to share your ideas in the comments.

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  1. We used to go strawberry picking as children – I’m pretty sure we ate more than we put in the punnets!! We’re going to Drayton Manor next weekend I’ll let you know what it is like 😀

    1. Oh no! How frustrating. Strawberry picking is still all good here. They didn’t have it running a couple of weeks ago so hopefully it is now. How frustrating about the boat. Glad you got to visit somewhere new though.

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