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Our Autumn Bucket List {free printable}

Autumn Bucket List {free printable}

It is well and truly Autumn here in the UK. It’s my favourite time of year and I love watching the leaves on the trees change colour. I’ve lost count of the number of ‘treasures’ my daughter keeps presenting me with every time we leave the house. She’s as drawn to conkers and acorns as I am and I keep finding little piles of them all over the house.

Our Autumn Bucket List

There are some great activities you can do with the kids during Autumn so I thought I would make an Autumn Bucket List of the things we are aiming to do this season. I’m sharing it here as it’s such a great activity for kids who want to embrace the changing season. What do you think of when you hear the word Autumn? Hopefully leaves, pumpkin patches and wearing your favourite jumper.

All you will need is:

Paper or card

My free Autumn Bucket List template

Colouring pens or pencils

I hope you will love my Autumn Bucket List printable as much as we do. It couldn’t be simpler to use.

Simply click on the image below and print at home on to paper or card.

free printable Autumn Bucket List

Place on a clipboard and tick off the 14 activities as you do them.

Now I added our family favourites to our Autumn Bucket List printable but there is also a blank sheet with 16 boxes so you can make you own. What would you put on your Bucket List?

free printable Autumn Bucket List

If you’re interested in other Autumn activities then you may like:

Fall bookmarks to print and colour at home

Using leaves to make an Autumn sun catcher

DIY Autumn leaves luminary

 

2 Comments

  • Reply
    MissPond
    September 24, 2019 at 8:59 am

    These are all fab ideas. I have a chilli recipe from Rick Stein that I adore 🙂 it really is the best season for food!

  • Reply
    Emma
    September 24, 2019 at 9:06 am

    What a great bucket list! I might have to use this. Autumn is my favourite time of year, I love the cosy evenings and warming food by the fire.

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