This 4th of July bucket list printable is a great family activity to work on during the July 4th weekend, or make it a full week project!
July 4th is a very celebrated holiday for many Americans. It’s a national holiday and most people have the day off from work to enjoy time with family.
It’s a time to get together and honor our country’s independence. Many families already do this by enjoying very American things like hosting BBQs, pool parties, baseball games, or fireworks displays.
4th of July Bucket List Printable
A new way your family can work together to honor our nation’s birthday is with this bucket list! With this activity, everyone works together to complete the tasks on the printable. These can be done over the July 4th weekend or you can make it into a full week.
Some of the tasks you’ll complete on the 4th of July Bucket List include:
- Attend a BBQ
- Take a hike
- Eat snow cones
- Make a red, white, and blue recipe (like our Firecracker Cookies)
- Watch a parade
- Light sparklers at night
- Go to the lake
- Have a water balloon fight
- Eat watermelon
Many of these activities are likely things your family enjoys doing during the hot summer days already. I know we go swimming a lot and a water balloon fight is always a great way to cool off too. Why not turn these activities into a fun challenge?!
The printable also has some blank lines so you can fill in your own activities you want to do in order to honor America’s independence. Maybe something to do with learning more about the Declaration of Independence, perhaps? Get creative, and add tasks that your family has never done before! It’s great to see what new ways of celebrating you can come up with.
Summer Bucket List Printable
Download our July 4th Summer Bucket List printable. This comes with our Disney Bucket List and Summer Bucket List.
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