This Spring Break bucket list will keep kids busy and entertained over spring break. Tons of family friendly activities for bonding on this printable list.
Spring break can be a much awaited time in many households. But, kids who are used to being in school might still want to stay busy, and families might want to take this time to bond and do activities together. Use this spring break bucket list to give you some fun ideas for spring activities, and use the blank sheet to add your own ideas.
Spring Break Bucket List
This spring break bucket list is full of family fun activities for the spring break from school. No worries, kids aren’t in school yet? This list is fun for families to use in the Spring anyway!
If you have other ideas that aren’t on this list, feel free to print the blank bucket list and create your own. It might be fun to let each person in the family add two activities so that everyone gets a say and a chance to do something they enjoy.
Also – if you’re thinking ahead to summer, check out the Summer Bucket List Bingo: Printable Game for Families and Summer Bucket List: Sensory Play for the Summer.
The Spring Break Bucket List printable includes activities like:
Pick and press wildflowers: there are so many fun ways to press flowers. Growing up, we used to put them between sheets of contact paper and then place inside of a heavy book to press.
Go fishing: if you don’t want to do the real thing, make a magnetic fishing game to play at home.
Build a pillow fort: grab all of the pillows in your house, some extra sheets, and your furniture and make the biggest fort you can!
Make a bird feeder: try one of these 2 Fun Bird Feeder Crafts to make with the kids. They will have fun, and the birds will appreciate it.
Play frisbee at the park: or head to a frisbee golf course if you have one nearby.
Make popsicles: we love these popsicle molds to make all kinds of yummy concoctions.
Go on a picnic: the kids can help prepare by making sandwiches, cutting fruit or filling water bottles.
Visit a museum: look for a museum with a theme that your children are studying in school, or about a concept they are interested in to make it even more fun.
Play hopscotch: get out the sidewalk chalk and draw this classic kids game for any age! It’s also on our list of games for 4 year olds too.
Paint rocks: rock painting can be unstructured and free, or you can make a cute story stone set. Check out our Story Stones for Kids ideas.
Go butterfly hunting: how many different butterflies can you spot? For fun, keep track of how many different sizes, colors etc. you can find. Kick it up a notch by raising caterpillars at home!
Go berry picking: check out a local orchard or farm and see if strawberries are ready for picking yet!
Have a board game night: get the family together and play a classic, or one you’ve never played before. We have a list of Educational Board Games for Competitive or Cooperative Play that you can check out, or try some of our Free Printable Board Games for Kids.
Make lemonade: a nice refreshing treat for kids. Set up a lemonade stand if you’re feeling ambitious.
Camp in the backyard: have a tent? Pitch it outside! Even if the kids don’t want to sleep outside at night, use it for reading or camping activities during the daytime.
Hike: hit up a local trail and see how far you can make it!
Fly a kite: if you don’t have a kite, make your own our of a paper bag with a string tied to the handles. Kids will love to decorate it.
Go on a nature walk: take a paper bag with you and collect some nature treasures.
See a movie: head to the theaters for a new release, or plan a movie night at home. Check out these printable movie night invitations and tickets to make it extra fun.
Watch the sunset: grab a blanket and some hot chocolate and head to the backyard.
Play mini golf: a family favorite that kids and adults can both enjoy.
Visit an ice cream shop: or a few of them and compare 😉
What other ideas can you think of? Maybe your children have a restaurant that they’ve wanted to try or a new park. Grab the ‘fill in your own’ bucket list sheet too!
Print the Spring Break Bucket List Printables
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