Fictional bucket lists are just what they sound like. Instead of creating a list of things you want to do in life like skydiving or running a marathon, you create a list of fictional things you would like to do if possible. For example, you might want to go down Alice’s hole or have Fancy Nancy’s closet. This is a great activity to get students thinking about books. This can also be used as a journal prompt. Attached are a couple of articles about bucket lists as well as a PowerPoint going through the steps of creating fictional bucket lists with students.