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Three Kid-Friendly Road Trip Tips

If time flies when you're having fun, then you'll want to take advantage of these three kid-friendly tips for a smooth road trip.

Three Kid-Friendly Road Trip Tips

1. Grab some games

Gather some of your kids' favourite games to keep them busy in the back seat. We've made two for you to add to the collection. All you have to do is download and print them.

Numbers Match

Download the printable

This is great for kids learning how to count. Number some clothespins from one to 10, and have them pin each to the corresponding part of the board.

I Spy

Download the printable

A road trip classic, we've made an I Spy board to keep your kids busy in the back. Check each circle off after you see the object.

2. An Easy Road Trip Snack

1. Grab a mason jar.
2. Pour some dressing, dip, hummus or peanut butter in the bottom.
3. Add your favourite hearty vegetable like celery, carrots or red pepper sticks.

3. A Tote Bag Pillow

1. Grab a tote bag and iron it onto a pillowcase.
2. Fill up your tote bag with your kids' road trip essentials
3. This all in one pillow is great for napping and carrying all your kid's essentials for your next road trip!

The handles from the tote bag make it really easy for the kids to grab and go.

Now you're ready for the road!


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