Printables

Animal Crossing Summer Bucket List for Kids

This year, I think we are all crafting bucket lists of a different sort like this Animal Crossing Summer Bucket List, for instance. I know a lot of us are still trying to find a bright side to this whole pandemic.

One bright side for my kids – Animal Crossing New Horizons.

Animal Crossing New Horizons has rapidly become one of the kid’s favourites here. In fact, they still need to be reminded there are many other things to do before they start gaming every day.

We bought the video game towards the early bit of the lockdown, because I knew they needed something else to keep them busy. So, they’ve been enjoying building their homes and collecting resources on both Animal Crossing and Minecraft.

The kids in both of the girl’s grades at high school have been connecting a bit over this game, discussing building their island paradise and their villagers. So, at the very least, the game is giving them a bit of escapism and also something to talk about with their friends again. Plus ultimately connecting with friends in a way that is not stressful and not school related right now is important.

I thought this year it would be fun to offer an Animal Crossing Summer Bucket List. So, here’s something the kids can strive to accomplish in their version of the game.

What’s Not to Love about Animal Crossing New Horizons?

It makes sense that this is a hot game right now. I mean money basically falls from the trees in the game on the island. Honestly, I need a little more of that myself. It’s positive, not violent and so cheery to play.

Give it a Look

Give this Animal Crossing Summer game a look. Seems to be easy to buy the Nintendo Switch via Amazon and Best Buy still and then print off the Animal Crossing Summer Bucket List too.

Here’s where to get Animal Crossing New Horizons.

Order it Now – >

Animal Crossing NEW Horizons Switch

Post contains affiliate links as a service to readers.

Above All – Have Fun!

I love that this game is wholesome and I hear the kids getting excited every time they catch a new fish, or collect money, sell or donate their findings to the museum. This summer bucket list is just another way to bridge the gap and help talk to them about something fun they love.

Don’t miss my traditional summer bucket list for kids too. Either way we’ve got you covered.

Mom of two beautiful active girls, traveller, fitness junkie, social media consultant, and keeper of the sanity.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.