Free Printable Daily & Weekly Summer Schedule for Kids (+ Bonus Summer Bucket List!)

This free printable summer schedule comes in daily and weekly, and includes a low-colour version to help you save on printer ink. Plus, we’ll send you a bonus summer bucket list to help you plan a fun-filled summer for your kids!

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Break out the water toys! Summer is here, and our kids couldn’t be more thrilled!

Not that summer changes our routine completely—at least for now. Our kids are still too young for school, so our schedule does stay pretty consistent throughout the year.

But this summer is actually the last summer before our eldest starts kindergarten, and it never hurts to be prepared!

So in order to help our kids get accustomed to the schedule that they’ll be following in September, I created this cute printable schedule that’s perfect for establishing a summertime routine!

And to help you plan your summer, I’ve even thrown in a bonus summer bucket list filled with activities for you to try with your little ones!

About This Printable

I’m not sure why, but for whatever reason, our kids love printable charts.

I created a set of printable chore charts for my Etsy shop a little while back, and when my five-year-old saw the ones I had printed out as a test, she couldn’t wait to hang them up on the wall and start using them. (Apparently that’s the secret to getting our kids excited about doing chores!)

As for this summer schedule, I wanted to make it as functional as possible, so I created two versions—daily and weekly. The daily version can be used to map out your routine hour-by-hour, while the weekly version is great for seeing each week’s activities at a glance!

Additionally, both schedules come in two versions—high-colour and low-colour.

If you’d like your schedule to be bright and colourful, simply print out the full colour version. If, on the other hand, colours aren’t too important to you and you’d rather save on printer ink, you can use the low-colour version instead!

How to Download the Printable

Here is what you’ll need to do in order to download this free summer schedule (and bonus bucket list!) to your phone or computer:

  • Request the printable by entering your email address in the form at the bottom of this article
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Summer Activity Ideas (+ Printable Bucket List!)

Setting up a daily schedule that works for your family is entirely up to you.

But if you’re looking for fun ideas to include in your weekly planner, you may want to give these activities a try! (And I’ll even send you a PDF checklist as a bonus when you sign up to receive the summer schedule.)

  • Go to the park
  • Make popsicles
  • Blow bubbles
  • Find shapes in the clouds
  • Go to the beach
  • Roast marshmallows
  • Have a picnic
  • Do some gardening
  • Ride a bike
  • Make a campfire
  • Read a book
  • Go to the library
  • Fly a kite
  • Eat corn on the cob
  • Go fishing
  • Visit an ice cream shop
  • Make pizza
  • Pick some flowers
  • Go to the zoo
  • Make a suncatcher
  • Paint rocks
  • Have a family movie night
  • Watch fireworks
  • Play volleyball
  • Make ice cream in a bag
  • Pick some berries
  • Send a postcard
  • Have a sleepover
  • Make friendship bracelets
  • Go swimming
  • Collect seashells
  • Paint a rainbow
  • Catch fireflies
  • Have a dance party
  • Go camping
  • Make fresh fruit gummies
  • Have a water balloon fight
  • Go roller skating
  • Build a fort
  • Play in the sand
  • Make s’mores
  • Visit a water park
  • Go for a hike
  • Run barefoot in the grass
  • Make water gun art
  • Use a jump rope
  • Ride a boat
  • Gaze at the stars
  • Visit the aquarium
  • Make lemonade
  • Play frisbee
  • Play with slime
  • Go to the drive-in
  • Make sponge water bombs
  • Draw with chalk
  • Use a hula hoop
  • Visit a museum
  • Make a bird feeder
  • Bake cookies
  • Go on a nature walk
  • Go to the park
  • Make popsicles
  • Blow bubbles
  • Find shapes in the clouds
  • Go to the beach
  • Roast marshmallows
  • Have a picnic
  • Do some gardening
  • Ride a bike
  • Make a campfire
  • Read a book
  • Go to the library
  • Fly a kite
  • Eat corn on the cob
  • Go fishing
  • Visit an ice cream shop
  • Make pizza
  • Pick some flowers
  • Go to the zoo
  • Make a suncatcher
  • Paint rocks
  • Have a family movie night
  • Watch fireworks
  • Play volleyball
  • Make ice cream in a bag
  • Pick some berries
  • Send a postcard
  • Have a sleepover
  • Make friendship bracelets
  • Go swimming
  • Collect seashells
  • Paint a rainbow
  • Catch fireflies
  • Have a dance party
  • Go camping
  • Make fresh fruit gummies
  • Have a water balloon fight
  • Go roller skating
  • Build a fort
  • Play in the sand
  • Make s’mores
  • Visit a water park
  • Go for a hike
  • Run barefoot in the grass
  • Make water gun art
  • Use a jump rope
  • Ride a boat
  • Gaze at the stars
  • Visit the aquarium
  • Make lemonade
  • Play frisbee
  • Play with slime
  • Go to the drive-in
  • Make sponge water bombs
  • Draw with chalk
  • Use a hula hoop
  • Visit a museum
  • Make a bird feeder
  • Bake cookies
  • Go on a nature walk
  • Go to the park
  • Make popsicles
  • Blow bubbles
  • Find shapes in the clouds
  • Go to the beach
  • Roast marshmallows
  • Have a picnic
  • Do some gardening
  • Ride a bike
  • Make a campfire
  • Read a book
  • Go to the library
  • Fly a kite
  • Eat corn on the cob
  • Go fishing
  • Visit an ice cream shop
  • Make pizza
  • Pick some flowers
  • Go to the zoo
  • Make a suncatcher
  • Paint rocks
  • Have a family movie night
  • Watch fireworks
  • Play volleyball
  • Make ice cream in a bag
  • Pick some berries
  • Send a postcard
  • Have a sleepover
  • Make friendship bracelets
  • Go swimming
  • Collect seashells
  • Paint a rainbow
  • Catch fireflies
  • Have a dance party
  • Go camping
  • Make fresh fruit gummies
  • Have a water balloon fight
  • Go roller skating
  • Build a fort
  • Play in the sand
  • Make s’mores
  • Visit a water park
  • Go for a hike
  • Run barefoot in the grass
  • Make water gun art
  • Use a jump rope
  • Ride a boat
  • Gaze at the stars
  • Visit the aquarium
  • Make lemonade
  • Play frisbee
  • Play with slime
  • Go to the drive-in
  • Make sponge water bombs
  • Draw with chalk
  • Use a hula hoop
  • Visit a museum
  • Make a bird feeder
  • Bake cookies
  • Go on a nature walk

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