Jennifer Day from Your Everyday Family has a summer family road trip journal. Your child creates lists of things they want to do, games they played, songs they sang, food they ate, funny family quotes, cool things they saw, best moments of the trip, packing essentials, and destination sheets. These are great to print this off for each of child and put them inside a 4″×6″ photo album (like ones you can find at the dollar store). Then it makes it easy to include pictures you take along your trip! Be sure to let your kids use your phone to snap some pictures along the way.
Hilary Erickson from Pulling Curls has a kid’s printable cleaning list that works great for busy moms, kids, and spouses. It breaks what is expected for your kid to clean in bathrooms, family rooms, kitchens, and bedrooms. This allows you to hand over the reigns as your child will know what “clean” means according you (or these printables). Also, by doing this list each time, it will make it easier to maintain the clean. These are great to laminate so you can check off the items as you go.
Annette Belnap from Tips from a Typical Mom has a Summer Reading Chart Bundle. Summer reading is super important to make sure your children stay at their reading level over the summer. This printable helps kids keep track of their minutes of reading and get rewarded for doing it as it includes printable coupons they earn every 100 minutes read (that you fill out). There are bonus matching bookmarks, too!
To accompany that, Lara Neves from Overstuffed has a summer reading journal & printables. To go along with the summer reading printable, this one will help with summer writing! This writing prompt sheet will help your child know what to write in their summer reading journals, as it helps your child frame their book report.
Get all of these printables as a digital downloadable PDF and print them over and over again as needed! Make this next summer the best yet!