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I have a fun fall bucket list for you today that you can print for free. Like it or not, fall will be here before we know it. Get the most out of the season by printing our list and checking off the items as you go. Jump in some leaves, visit a haunted house, and so much more. Don’t let time slip away! Download our list and pop it on your refrigerator to capture all of the magic of the season.
You could also print our fall cleaning checklist and do some cleaning this season as well!
- Free printable bucket list file (see how to download your own copy below)
- Printer and ink (any will work for this project)
- White card stock (you can also use plain copy paper but I like a thicker card stock)
- Markers (I used the Spectrum Noir Markers but you can use any that you choose)
Download Your Free Printable
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Please note that this file is for personal use only. You can also contact me if you have any issues with your download.
How to Use the Fall Bucket List
Start by downloading the free bucket list file above and printing it out. I recommend printing it on white cardstock so that it will last all season. You can then color in the top header and the pumpkin as shown above. Leave the rest black and white however as you will color in each line as you complete the task. This fall bucket list is also a great way to engage the kids in some fun. They can read the task, plan an activity, then color it in once completed.
You will begin to see the list turn into art before your eyes. Every item you complete adds to the colorful nature of this fall coloring page. How many items can you get done before fall is over for good?
Grab your free printable fall bucket list and get started on your own today. Hang this on the fridge to remind you to get out there and have some fun this season. Bake a pie and carve a pumpkin! You will be so glad that you did!
Love this and want more fall ideas? Click the links below!
- Fall burlap craft ideas
- 25 jar ideas for fall
- Quick and easy fall wreath
- Fall decor ideas for your home