Making a Fall Bucket List

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Over the years, the kids and I have enjoyed making a “Bucket List” for different seasons. It’s just a fun list of activities we hope to accomplish during that season, whether it’s Fall, Winter, Spring or Summer. The kids always get excited when we can check things off of our list. It’s been awhile since we’ve done one for Fall and so I thought since this week is the first day of fall, we’d go ahead and get one started! I hit up Pinterest and found tons of ideas and so we looked through all the ideas and came up with our own list.

Here it is:

  1. Rake leaves and jump in them
  2. Have a S’Mores Campfire in the backyard
  3. Carve a pumpkin
  4. Visit an apple orchard & pick apples
  5. Dress up for Halloween
  6. Play Football
  7. Take a fall nature walk & collect leaves
  8. Bake a Pumpkin Pie
  9. Eat Candy Corn
  10. Make Caramel/Chocolate apples
  11. Decorate the house for Fall
  12. Build a scarecrow for the front yard
  13. Make a Thankful Tree
  14. Family Game night with popcorn
  15. Family Movie night with Fall snacks


You can tell the kids helped a lot with this list! I printed out our list and we hung it up in the school room. We’re all excited about marking off each item as we get them done.

You can download a free printable of our list here: Fall Bucket List

Below you will find some links to some of the lists that I used to give us ideas. I thought I would share with you:


Creative Family Fun

Natural Beach Living

Chaos Served Daily

Sumos Sweet Stuff

A Worthey Read


All 5 of these have great ideas for a Fall Bucket List! I would love to hear from you, if your family makes a list! Please comment and let me what your family is going to be up to this Fall!




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3 thoughts on “Making a Fall Bucket List

    1. Thanks! I love making bucket lists with the kids! It's so much fun! I will see if my husband can help me figure out how to make a printable list. He helps me with all the technical things like that.

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