Chunks O’ Fruti’s Summer Bucket List

beach-time-fun-redcorn studioThe Fourth of July has passed, which means it’s almost time for the school year to start back up again. It also means it’s time to enjoy those last few summer activities you wanted to do at the beginning of the summer before it’s too late!

We’ve assembled a huge list of things you should do this summer if you haven’t already. You’ve got just a few weeks left and we’d love to know which ones of these your accomplish before the school year starts to be sure to share photos of you and your family having some summer fun Fruti style on our Facebook page or on Twitter!

The Ultimate Summer Bucket List

  1. Go to the drive-in
  2. Make recycled crayons
  3. Go to a local Farmers’ Market
  4. Have a treasure hunt
  5. Go to an outdoor concert
  6. Catch butterflies
  7. Camp in the backyard
  8. Play mini-golf
  9. Run in the sprinklers
  10. Catch fireflies
  11. Skip rocks the furthest
  12. Have a paper airplane race
  13. Go on a roadtrip
  14. Fly a kite
  15. Have a backyard movie night
  16. Host a block party
  17. Play catch
  18. See how long you can hula-hoop
  19. Go swimming
  20. Go to a water park
  21. Do some cloud watching
  22. Build a blanket fort on a rainy day
  23. Go to the zoo
  24. Go on a family bike ride
  25. Make a bird feeder
  26. Go to an amusement park
  27. Go to the beach and make sand castles
  28. Go to a local festival or fair
  29. Visit a nature center
  30. Go on a hike
  31. Jump of a diving board
  32. Get a fake tattoo or henna
  33. Make tie-dye t-shirts
  34. Play pin the tail on the donkey
  35. Make a summer scrapbook
  36. Ride carnival rides
  37. Watch the sunrise and sunset in the same day
  38. Catch ladybugs
  39. Jump on a pogo stick
  40. Have a pool party
  41. Write secret messages with homemade invisible ink
  42. Have breakfast for dinner
  43. Learn how to do double dutch jump rope
  44. Make potato prints
  45. Eat dinner outside
  46. Cook an egg on the sidewalk (but don’t eat it!)
  47. Have a sleepover
  48. Have a silly string fight
  49. Have a pillow fight
  50. Go bowling
  51. Make a slip and slide with a tarp
  52. Have a picnic
  53. Have a backwards day
  54. Play ding dong ditch with bouquets of wildflowers for your neighbors
  55. Play hide and go seek
  56. Have a water balloon fight
  57. Make the best hamburger or hotdog ever with crazy toppings
  58. Have a tea party
  59. Use a disposable camera for a day
  60. Make giant bubbles
  61. Have a fire
  62. Make smores
  63. Find a four-leaf clover
  64. Go swimming at midnight
  65. Read a book out loud in one day
  66. Make sidewalk chalk and draw on the driveway
  67. Go to a you-pick farm
  68. Play flashlight tag
  69. Play in the rain and puddles
  70. Go fishing
  71. Play ballon ping pong
  72. Go rollerskating
  73. Go on a photowalk
  74. Have a lemonade stand
  75. Make a shaving cream slide
  76. Have a board game tournament
  77. Volunteer
  78. Surprise mom or dad at work with a special lunch
  79. Go canoeing
  80. Do summer reading
  81. Go to a baseball game
  82. Play on a moon walk
  83. Be tourists in your own town
  84. Make smoothies
  85. Have a movie marathon day
  86. Have a neighborhood race day
  87. Go to the library story time
  88. Play water balloon piñata
  89. Play hopstoch
  90. Have a staycation at a hotel with a pool
  91. Collect sea shells
  92. Have a water gun fight
  93. Watch a meteor shower
  94. Feed the ducks
  95. Have a watermelon seed contest
  96. Visit an aquarium
  97. Play volleyball on the beach
  98. Decorate your bikes
  99. Make a dream catcher
  100. Have a “spa” day
  101. Watch a construction site
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