Teen’s Summer Bucket List
1. Buy an oversized poster board.
2. Use colored markers to write out your list.
3. Get creative with all the activities and write them down.
4. This could be a nice family activity that could be documented with photos.
5. Then at the end of summer compile the photos into a fun little photo book.
Here is the inspiration behind this project!
“I’m Marci’s daughter. So, summer is upon us and when I came home from a vacation, I found myself in the worst attitude all the time. The reason why is because I spent almost three to five hours a day only on my phone and the rest of the day watching television.