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The Weird Aunt's Guide To Car Trip Games

It’s my belief that every child should have that one weird aunt. You know, the one who will illustrate the kids’ stories about LeBron James… 828 more words

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Alphabet Scavenger Hunt

This is a great activity that can be done indoors (at a mall for example) or outdoors – provided there’s lots of signage around. It would even work to keep kids entertained on a long car trip.. 177 more words

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Free Printable Road Trip Games

Car trip games keep kids occupied, and are fun. I know when I was a kid, I loved the different car games, but back then there weren’t printed versions they could check off. 267 more words

5 Keys to Happy Travels with Kids

Traveling with your family can be fun, unless you’ve got screaming, unhappy kids with you. To avoid this kind of stress, it’s essential that you prepare your kids (and yourself) for the long journey away from home. 268 more words

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Tips For Road Trips With Kids

[caption id="attachment_1954" align="alignleft" width="200"]Road Trip To The Grampians. Road Trip To The Grampians.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_1957" align="alignright" width="300"]Hiking In The Grampians Hiking In The Grampians[/caption]                         Usually when parents think about a road trip with their kids, they think it's going to be hell on wheels! I thought that too. Being from America, when newbie parents buy their new family car they think, "I MUST have a DVD player". I, too bought my first family car with a DVD player installed in it. I thought it would be a great distraction when hitting the road for a long trip. Since my move to Australia, however, our new family car does not have this feature. For some strange reason, it didn't stress me out. Maybe because I was in a new placeand a new environment with interesting things to see. For about two years, we have done family road trips, from 2 to 6 hours long and not once has my toddler been bored and asked me for my iPhone or iPad. Now that I'm writing this, I find it strange. American families rely so much on TV to entertain their children, don't you think? So I began to think about what did I differently on road trips with my child, to keep him engaged when he was awake.

Here Are My Survival Tips

1.  Bring snacks and water. 2 . Play Games: I Spy, Shapes and Signs etc...See reblog to see great road trip games. 3.  Talk: Yes, communicate with your child about what's outside.  For example, if you see a cow: talk about what a cow eats and where we get milk. 4.  Use sunshades on the windows. If you have a baby, it's a bit trickier. I usually end up squeezing in between my two sons and giving my baby a bottle, food and toy when he needs it. Posting Soon: Recommended Audio Books For 3 Year Olds What are your tricks? I'd love to add them to my arsenal! These are some great car road trip games to play for all ages by Terry Neff

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Road Trip Games

Road trips can be a lot of fun, but they can often mean hours of driving and children as well as adults can often get bored of the never ending road. 526 more words

Road trips in our minivan paired with "old school" games create special family memories.

I truly love our Honda Odyssey minivan which we got last spring. I don’t know what the hang up is with minivans vs SUVs. I knew as soon as I sat in the 3rd row of the Honda Odyssey that this minivan was the way to go…comfortable and lots more legroom…great for family trips. 468 more words

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