I strive to be super organized. I mean, I make lists for my lists. No joke. So now that the kids are out of school and home all day, it’s really throwing a wrench in my daily organization. So I need separate organization plans just for summer. Yep, I’m a nerd.
If you need a little extra organization and fun ideas for summer check out some of these awesome printables I’ve compiled for you.
There are so many fun and free activities for kids to do in the summer from outside play to learning and library games.
You can download my free printable Summer Adventure Checklist for some ideas on how to get the kids off the electronics and out of the house.
For a super-sized list of 100 Summer Fun Ideas For The Whole Family, check out this printable from The Crafty Chicks.
Get more ideas and create your own personal Summer Bucket List with this cute printable from Yellow Bliss Road.
The library is a great place to have fun while learning over the summer. You can download my free printable Library Scavenger Hunt, Silly Summer Mad Libs and a Reading Challenge Checklist.
Here’s another fun way to track summer reading from Happy Home Fairy.
And you can motivate them with Summer Reading Bingo from Simply Kierste Design Co.
I’m also trying to keep my kids learning and avoid that summer brain drain. Check out reviews on eight of the most popular educational subscription boxes here.
You can also take a more DIY approach to summer learning. Easy Peasy and Fun has a great Pre-K & K summer learning pack, all free!
And Doodle Bugs Teaching has free printable math sheets.
Fun & Games
And don’t forget the fun with some free printable coloring and activity pages. These Ocean Animal Mazes from The Crafting Chicks are absolutely adorable.
And I love these summer vacation I Spy games from Live Laugh Rowe.
And Design Dazzle has a super cute and fun Summer Bingo Game.
Now that you have tons of fun activities in mind, you need a handy calendar to organize it all. You can download my free printable Summer Activity Calendar here. It’s already loaded with free summer movies, craft classes and lego build events and plenty of room to add more activities.
You can also check out these great summer activity calendars from Teaching Mama..
And this weekly calendar with inspiration from Intentional Moms.
For more awesome printables and ideas for summer, follow my Summer Pinterest Board.
And be sure to check out the rest of the Frugal Mom’s Guide To Summer series.
Free Kids Activities
Educational Subscription Boxes
Traveling With Kids
What NOT To Do While Traveling With Kids
Theme Park Survival Guide
Have a great summer!