I am very excited to share an additional resource to help with making the most of my Project Summer Guide to Everything Free and Fun.
My friend Sharon at Good True and Beautiful helped me put together a downloadable Summer Fun Planner, complete with a calendar and helpful resources to keep track of your Summer Fun List and Reading Programs.
Here’s how to make it work:
- Print out the downloadable planner here.
- Then grab a pencil and head over to my Project Summer Frugal Fun Guide.
- Use the list of free activities and reading programs to begin making your Project Summer Fun To Do List. We like to make a long list of potential ideas. We may or may not accomplish all of them, but it’s fun to dream!
Other ideas to add to your calendar:
- Upcoming family vacations
- Town activities (community fairs, concerts, etc.)
- Vacation Bible School
- Sports Camps
- Activities like horseback riding, fishing, swimming, sandcastle making and the list goes on!
I’m hoping this will be a helpful resource to beat the summer boredom blues. I can’t wait to work on our list with my boys!