Usually, I am someone who dreads summer coming to an end. So this year I decided to make a fall bucket list to do with my kids to help me stay inspired and excited about the change in seasons. Starting with October, I will be adding a monthly bucket list to try. Save this graphic to join me, and keep reading for more tips to go along with it.
Build Learning with the Fall Bucket List
Lots of the items on my fall bucket list for October include making some kind of food. That’s because #1 I love food, #2 I believe that the kitchen is one of the best places to spend time together, and #3 there is so much learning that happens when you cook/bake together. Here are some posts I’ve written about making the most of your time in the kitchen with your kids:
I feel like I am very much a novice in the kitchen, so I don’t have many tried and true recipes yet. Most of the recipes I am trying come from family recipes or from food bloggers that I know and trust. Below are the links to the recipes I am excited to try.