See how many of the activities you can enjoy this summer!
1: Go fruit picking at a local orchard.
2: Go swimming a local lake, pool, or even the sea.
3: Join a summer reading program. There are many online, often local libraries run them too.
4: Go for a day long walk. Pack a picnic and plenty of sunscreen and off you go!
5: Go to the cinema.
6: Go to a concert or play at your local park.
7: Keep a summer journal or scrapbook.
8: Camp in your back garden.
9: Visit a local tourist attraction that you have never been to.
10: Jump on a bus or train with no set destination in mind.
11: Go out and about with your camera and take lots of photographs
12: Make a list of butterflies you see over summer.
13: Pick wild blackberries.
14: Make Blackberry pie!
15: Press wildflowers and use them to decorate notecards.
16: Take blankets, pillows and duvets into the garden. Stay up late watching the stars.
17: Make lemonade.
18: Play hopscotch.
19: Make S’mores.
20: Spend the day under a tree with a good book.
21: Spend the day in your pyjamas watching movies with friends.
22: Make sun tea.
23: Have a water fight.
24: Make a blanket fort.
25: Make a list of things you would like to learn.
26: Write a letter to a friend or family member.
27: Paint a picture.
28: Do a crossword puzzle.
29: Learn to knit.
30: Take a nature walk.
31: Fly a kite.
32: Make breakfast in bed for a family member.
33: Learn a magic trick.
34: Make a treasure hunt, complete with map.
35: Write a song.
36: Watch the sun rise.
37: Bake cookies and take them to an elderly neighbour.
38: Paint rocks.
39: Attempt a world record.
40: Play in the rain.
41: Go for a bike ride.
42: Make a pizza – come up with your own topping.
43: Create your own board game.
44: Have a picnic for dinner in the garden.
45: Make a friendship bracelet.
46: Put on a puppet show for friends & family.
47: Make a sun dial.
48: Have a pillow fight.
49: Blow bubbles
50: Write a poem.