School is ending and you’re looking for a fun way to kick off the summer! Start by doing this first day of summer vacation interview with your child. A fun keepsake as you encourage your child to plan their summer adventures.
What are you planning to do this summer?
First Day of Summer Vacation Interview
Can you believe summer is here? We made it through this school year.
It was a very unique one in fact thanks to COVID-19 and all the issues that came with it of protecting our kids and helping our kids with coping with changes.
You did it, we’re now on summer vacation!!!!!
Take a moment to capture the feeling of this special memory by doing these two interviews with your child.
This summer give us time to just breathe and capture moments with your child.
I’m so glad to see them get to experience a more typical summer during this summer break from school. I hope you have something special planned in your summer, perhaps including a summer trip?
Here are a few tips for making summer memories with your child.
Last Day of School Interview & Activities
- End of school year interview
- End of School Year Printable with Ice Cream Party
- Last Day of School Gift Idea
As the school year comes to an end, here are a few cute ideas for the last day of school with your child’s school friends. Be sure to take a moment during the last few weeks to grab emails or phone numbers of the students your child would like to connect with during the summer months.
Get our free monthly activity calendar for June! Download here
First Day of Summer Vacation Ideas
What do you do on the first day of summer vacation? Here are a few suggestions…
- Head To The Beach
- Host a Pool Party
- Plan a Picnic Lunch
- Go for Ice Cream
- Grill up Dinner
- Go for a Hike
- Make Popsicles or Ice Cream
- Plant Seeds
- Start on your Summer Reading List
- Watch the Sunset
- Plan a Trip
Get some more ideas on our Summer Bucket List.
Download First Day of Summer Vacation Interview
We’ve included several questions in this First Day of Summer Vacation Interview for your child to answer the questions to.
The interview encourages your child to brainstorm what things they are looking forward to. They can discuss what they’d like to make during summer break and more!
Plus it includes an End of school year interview!
Take a moment once you’ve completed it to make your own Summer Bucket List.
Now that your schedule will change during Summer Vacation, here are a few parenting tips for dealing with change in routines.
You may even find this sample daily schedule helpful.
Best Summer Workbooks
During your summer fun, we’d suggest taking time to focus on avoiding summer gap with your child. Here are some summer activity books for curriculum ideas for various grades to help with this.
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