Summer of Fun – Splish Splash Planning Guide

Let’s get this summer started!! This is the first post for our Summer of Fun learning series! We have so much fun planned out this summer and I am so excited to share it all with you. We hope you will follow along with us and that you and your little ones have as much fun as we do! If you have any questions about any of the activities, you can send me a DM on Instagram. Our Instagram is @LetsPlaySchool.

Summer School Calendar

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Some of these activities I have come up with on my own and some of them I have found on Pinterest. You can follow our Pinterest boards all throughout our Summer of Fun. Find us on Pinterest, Let’s Play School.

Each of these units will last one week. I will post the information for each week ONE week prior to the new week starting. That will give you enough time to gather supplies and print out any of the printables. Each week will have 15 activities (3/day) and most of the weeks will have a lot of free printables for you!

For our first week, Splish Splash, we have just one printable because all of these activities involve playing with water.

I have included our Splish Splash Activity Guide below as images and you can also print out the activity guide here: Splish Splash Activity Instructions

Our family will be doing 3 activities per day. I did not create a calendar because I never want anyone to feel pressured to have to follow along exactly. Life happens. We have a baby. Plans change. Use this as a guide and have fun! Please use the hashtag #letsplayschool and share all of your Splish Splash fun with us on Instagram!

Here are all of the supplies you will need for a week of Splish Splash Fun! You can find all of these supplies around your house, with these affiliate links and most at your local Target or even Dollar Store!

You will need this printable for the Fill the Dots activity: Fill the Dots Activity

You will need this printable for the Water Bead Measuring: How Many Water Beads

More ideas for Splish Splash FUN!

  • Visit a local pool
  • Take a trip to the beach
  • Visit a splash pad
  • Go to a water park

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  • Viki Wilson
    May 29, 2017 at 10:40 pm

    What a great post. I was looking for some water play to do with my kids. I like how easy the instructions are.