5/20/11

my list of summer activities

I've had a couple of requests for the list of activities that I used for the 60 Days of Summer project. I wish I could give you the printable of it, but the truth is.. I don't know how! haha! Also, the list is totally personalized so you would probably want to change it around anyway. So, here they are...
I know you can actually SEE most of them in this picture,
but just in case you want to copy and paste my list to print it,
 here ya go...
backyard fire pit, host a sleepover, go to sunsplash, build a fort, read a 100 page book, make homemade pizza, cold stone ice cream, visit the zoo, do a paint project, do service for someone, visit grandma, go camping, fly a kite, go to a movie, walk a dog, create a scrapbook, write a story, sew a library bag, get a library card, go 4 wheeling with dad, have a picnic, prepare a FHE lesson, have a pajama day, finish 1 Nephi, help make dinner, plant flowers, tie-dye a shirt, go to the park, mail a letter, make a magazine collage, go to a city pool, make homemade lemonade, play a board game, take someone dinner, paint with pudding, help little brother with baseball, build a model, start a collection, melt crayons, invite someone to church, have lunch at work with dad, make cookies, write a card, visit the cemetery, go on a hike, have a popcorn fight, learn to juggle, go goofy golfing, have a cousin party, ding dong ditch with cupcakes, do a puzzle, slip and slide, sidewalk chalk stay up til midnight, go fishing, register for school, get a haircut, clean your room, buy school clothes, buy school supplies.
WHEW!
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some other great sites that I got ideas from are:
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Hopefully that helps! I'm so excited to get started of everything. Some of the things are simple, for more "relaxing" days. But the GOAL is to accomplish one thing per day... even if it's just playing a board game together!
Now,
 go vote
*wink*

10 comments:

lauren @ West Furniture Revival said...

LOVE THIS LIST IDEA... I THINK I NEED TO DO THIS AS WELL

Lolly Jane said...

I love this!!! good work gfriend!! we voted for ya!! xo

ps: we still need to do a playdate!

Terri @ A Creative Princess said...

Love it!! You've got my vote!

Katherines Corner said...

Thank you for sharing. What a fun idea!I always enjoy my visits to your lovely blog.I hope you'll stop by Katherines Corner. The new giveaway is up! xo

❀ⒹⒺⒺ❀ said...

Marni,

This is so smart and clever.

Great project!!! I voted for you.

Dee :-)

Laura said...

I absolutely love this idea and will totally be making a similar one!!

Laura @ ComeTogetherKids

Paisley Walls said...

did you use a silhouette or a cricuit machine to make the vinyl? Very cute idea...I just had a piece of paper, this is a great way to get the kids involved!

Jen Kesler said...

Thanks so much for sharing your ideas!

Karen @ Goodbyecityhellosuburb said...

This is a great idea! I would love it if you shared this too @ Workshop Wednesday!

Britney Muller said...

This is a BEAUTIFUL idea!!! Wow, so great! Did you just put this together on a word document and then have it printed somewhere nearby??