Shenandoah Adventure Checklist For Kids – With free printable

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It isn’t a secret how much I have always loved Shenandoah and all of it’s beauty! When we visited, we also made it a point to take notes of the things that wowed the boys!

We got to see all sorts of animals, go on different hikes and adventures, and had so much fun in all the simple ways. The boys found at least 5 different colors of mushrooms during our hikes! They were all amazed.mom blogger travel blogger traveling family blue ridge mountains Shenandoah National Park Shenandoah Valley hiking with kids camping with kids Virginia healthy mom blog exploring with kids homeschooling worldschooling exploring nature nature school stem forest animals wellness Japan Colombia travel the world mushroom

If you want to read more details about our super fun camping trip to Shenandoah National park, make sure to read this post.

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Because Shenandoah National Park offers such amazing opportunities for the whole family to have fun, and not just the grown ups, I decided to try and make things easier for all my fellow parents and make this cute printable checklist.

Shenandoah Adventure Checklist

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This will be their bucket list for the week. Click on the image above to download this checklist for free.

All you will have to do is print one for each kid, and let them have it. They will make sure to remind you of the things that need to be done in order for them to complete it!mom blogger travel blogger traveling family blue ridge mountains Shenandoah National Park Shenandoah Valley hiking with kids camping with kids Virginia healthy mom blog exploring with kids homeschooling worldschooling exploring nature nature school stem forest animals wellness Japan Colombia travel the world mushroom

Make sure to print a few backups. When my kids lose a scavenger hunt or checklist that they have been working on, they get very upset! So I’m guessing that is the same for all children, I hope I’m right and it’s not just my kids that get upset over these kind of little thing! 🙂mom blogger travel blogger traveling family blue ridge mountains Shenandoah National Park Shenandoah Valley hiking with kids camping with kids Virginia healthy mom blog exploring with kids homeschooling worldschooling exploring nature nature school stem forest animals wellness Japan Colombia travel the world mushroom

But back to the fun! It really makes the stress of figuring out what to do next disappear! Let the kids have fun with this checklist and feel like true adventurers. You can also use the pressed plants to decorate their room.  That way they will always remember their magical time at Shenandoah. I can’t even begin to explain the beauty that you will find there. The great opportunity for the kids to connect with nature and each other is amazing.

I hope you love your time at Shenandoah!

 

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