Are there adventures you’d love to experience together as a family?
Write them down so you’ll have options on hand at a moment’s notice.
In this article I’ll show you how to create a family bucket list.
First you and your kids will share dreams of places to go and things to do together. Then you’ll organize, prioritize and turn your wish list into tangible goals with a fun family project.
Why Build a Bucket List?
A bucket list consists of things you want to do in your lifetime (before you “kick the bucket”).
The expression has been expanded to include goals people want to achieve within other time frames as well: before certain birthdays or life events, before holidays or vacations come to an end, before the kids reach a certain age, etc.
The bucket list concept has been around for a while and got a boost in popularity by The Bucket List movie, but it may be new to your children. Once you explain that it’s a way to think of the fun things you’d like to do together, they’re sure to get on board right away with lots of ideas!
It’s fun and exciting to come up with goals using input from the whole family. Kids love to feel that their contributions count.
For this adventure, you’ll actually make a special bucket, then gather, create and preserve a bucketful of family memories.
Have you noticed how the light at different times of day changes the way we see colors?
Make your kids’ “impressions” of the outdoors come to life with a fun and easy art project.
In this article I’ll show you how to transform nature photos into Impressionistic works of art with a simple photo transfer technique. Head outside with your kids and take some pictures, Monet-style.
Why Make Impressionistic Photo Transfers?
This project includes the essence of what an Impressionist observes so you can create a fun and easy photo project with your kids, Monet-style.