FREE Printable: UPDATED Summer of Fun kit

6.08.2012

I made this last year and it was a HUGE hit!
I updated it this year to include blank cards in 
each color so you can customize your Summer activities.
 
I am thrilled to share with you our family's
SUMMER OF FUN Kit.



- downloaded Summer Fun kit
- laminater or plastic page protector
- dry erase marker (optional)
- tape
- jar or other container
- scissors or paper trimmer
- pen

1. Print all pages.  I printed onto lightweight card stock, but you can print onto regular paper if you want to.
2. Cut out each of the 80 Activity Cards using a paper trimmer or scissors.  The cards are color coded into different categories as follows...


3.Use pen to fill in additional activities already scheduled or that your family enjoys on the blank Activity Cards provided labeled Wild Card.


4. Laminate calendar page. Use dry-erase marker to indicate the week.
5. Decorate jar (or other container).


6. Place cut Activity cards into jar.
7. On Sunday have children take turns drawing cards of different colors out of jar.

8. Use scotch tape to arrange Activity Cards onto your calendar next to the day your family will do that activity.


Don't forget my FREE Printable Summer Journal  and my FREE Summer Reading List so kids can record their madcap adventures during their Summer of Fun!

[ emilie ]

5 comments:

libbywilko said...

Thank you ! This will be great for our winter holidays next month.

CBH said...

Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies (please, notice the new url for my blog), under the Page 2 post on May. 20, 2012. Thanks again.

jenhatch said...

LOVE this! YOu just made my summer prep SO much easier!! Would love to have blank cards for EACH color so we can make our own for each theme. But beggers can't be choosers! THANK YOU!!!

Anonymous said...

I just wanted to thank you for putting this kit together! I know it takes a lot of time and I greatly appreciate it...along with my kids.
Barb

Loralee Latham said...

Thank you! I know how much work goes into things like this and I really appreciate you sharing it!