Free printable Travel Games and Activities
Have a road trip planned for this summer? Download free printable Travel Games from Free Puzzles. Find more free printable travel games. Some of the Busy Bag ideas might work well as travel activities, too. Related: How to Have a Successful Road Trip With Young Children
Surviving Family Road Trips With Toddlers - I Heart Arts n Crafts
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of TruMoo Milk for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine. Tips on How to Survive a Road Trip with Toddlers This summer we’re looking to save both time and money by packing most of our snacks and games for our trips. Because we’ll be traveling […]
Tips to Pack your Cooler - Hoosier Homemade
Summer is upon us and you know what that means – it’s cooler season. Whether you are packing your cooler with a picnic for the beach, heading to a party or potluck, or having friends over for a cookout, I’ve put together my tips to...
BEST Audiobooks for a Road Trip with Kids! • The Pinning Mama
If you have a summer road trip planned for your family, grab an audiobook from this list to make the car ride something your kids love! From quicker books for short trips, to longer books that will take you a long car ride to complete, your kids will get lost in these stories along the drive. I ... Read Post
Kid's Roadtrip Activity Binders
Kate has put together a road trip survival kit (for kids) binder, to help with those long road trips. Full of fun activities for every age.
Organizing the Car for a Family Road Trip
organizing the car for a family road trip so you can find what you need when you need it and everyone has a great time on vacation
How to Entertain the Kids on a Road Trip
These are some amazing Road Trip ideas for kids! Great ideas for entertaining kids in the car. Most are not electronics but crafts and fun creative ideas.
Free Printables For Your Next Vacation
All the Travel Printables you will ever need: packing list, incentives, luggage tags, and activities for the kids
Road trips are an adventure in themselves, but with kids? It’s a whole new kind of adventure! We have taken several LONG ones and would like to share, in hopes someone will benefit from some of them. The following ideas are for various ages, but mainly toddlers to elementary school-aged kids. For Road Trip Meal …
Printable Travel Games
Road trips are in the plans for our summer. How about yours? My least favorite question to hear from the back seats is the infamous, “Are we there yet?”. Busy young minds sometimes need encouragement to look up and to gaze at the changing landscape outside of the car. With three children ranging from 5-10, […] Pin It
5 Road Trip Snack Hacks - Revel and Glitter
As the boys have gotten older and can fend for themselves in the car, I've developed five road trip snack hacks that makes it easier for them to do so.