We love the lazy days of summer because of the relaxed atmosphere that they hopefully bring with them. Even from this place of relaxation, there are opportunities for our children to grow and become more independent. Your family’s summer bucket list is a great place to start. And who knows? Your children just might surprise you (in a good way) with their creativity and planning.

More Resources to Summer Planning

The Family “Bucket List”

This Week Have I?: Fighting the Summer Doldrums

4 Steps to Help You When Your Kids Say They Are Bored

The Summer Bucket List: 63 Things Every Family Should Do, Eat, and Enjoy This Summer from Fatherly