Discover how a Spring Homeschool Bucket List can help you and your kids enjoy remarkable fun this season!
Get tips and ideas for your special bucket list plus 2 free instant downloads of printables to use with your kids.
Why We Create a Spring Homeschool Bucket List
The birds are chirping. Buds are appearing on flowers and trees. The whole world blooms in color after a gray and dull sleep.
Spring! What a wonderful time of year to add learning fun plans to your homeschool!
In past winters, my boys and I would discuss grand plans for what we could do once Spring rolled around once more. Living in western Pennsylvania, harsh winters with snow and ice often mean that we are forced to remain indoors for long periods of time.
Unfortunately, more times than naught, we wouldn’t follow through with our Spring plans. Instead of writing them down and taking actionable steps, my boys and I would talk and talk and then talk some more!
This year, I decided that a homeschool bucket list was necessary to help us record our Spring fun plans.
Two Free Spring Homeschool Bucket Lists
You can start planning your homeschool Spring fun with these two FREE instant downloads!
The first Spring Homeschool Bucket List requires less ink to print. Simple, practical, functional.
The second bucket list is more decorative 🙂
Or just use a blank piece of lined paper or construction paper. It doesn’t have to be fancy or anything, as long as it inspires your family to plan Spring fun and do it 😉
Click on the images below for your instant downloads and to print. Customize your Spring Homeschool Bucket List to optimize learning fun for your family!
Ideas & Inspiration on How to Use Your Homeschool Bucket List for Spring Fun
Here are a few activities to help you get started as you brainstorm your Spring Bucket List for homeschool fun activities:
- Spring science experiments
- Prepare a garden space
- Paint flower pots
- Plant seeds in flower pots
- Go on a picnic
- Fly a kite
- Splash in a puddle
- Dye eggs
- Go to playground
- Clean up your yard, park, or street
- Go on a nature scavenger hunt
- Play with ribbon wands
- Make a bird feeder
- Dance in the rain
- Investigate worms
- Make a S.P.R.I.N.G. acrostic poem
- Look for a four-leaf clover
- Search for rainbows after a storm
- Paint rocks
- Write a poem about Spring
- Have an outdoor poetry teatime
- Take learning outdoors with sidewalk chalk
- Celebrate Earth Day
- Celebrate Arbor Day
- Blow Bubbles
- Play frisbee
- Watch the clouds & tell a story
- Enjoy a Spring word search
- Use this Spring activities pack when you need some easy rainy day fun
- Grab these bored jar ideas for more rainy day fun activities
What other ideas and activities will you add to your Bucket List for Spring fun in your homeschool and family life? Share your suggestions in the comments area below 🙂