Welcome to Families Love Travel’s exclusive road trip activity packet! Whether you’re planning a family road trip soon or want to save ideas for the future, it’s always best to be prepared before departing on a vacation with kids. Luckily, you can now download our Ultimate Road Trip Activity Packet here, which includes printable versions of kid’s favorite games like Tic-Tac-Toe and Sink The Ships! Use our resources to entertain your children throughout long drives, whether they’re interested in drawing, spotting license plates out a window, or testing strategies with more advanced games. As a plus, you can also customize these road trip games to suit whatever destination you’re headed to, exciting children about your journey along the way! For example, tell kids to fill out a travel journal with expectations of their upcoming vacation, like what they’re most interested in learning about. Or, teach them responsibility by having them devise a packing list before you even leave. Parents will find themselves having just as much fun as kids inventing Silly Road Trip stories or playing a mobile scavenger hunt, too, bringing the whole family closer together through laughs and friendly competition. What could sound better than keeping little ones content while engaging their curious minds? Discover all this and more with our Ultimate Road Trip Activity Packet!
Family Travel Tips and Ideas
In our group, we often get questions about keeping little ones occupied in transit, especially on flights. So, in order to make things easier for all traveling families, here are the group’s top recommendations for toys, games, and activities to keep your toddler/little kid happy during your travels.Read More
Cruising is a great option for families with babies who want to relax and not worry about the logistics of every meal and sightseeing adventure. Our contributors have shared great advice for first-timers to keep their babies well-fed and happy during the vacation.Read More
You can do all the research and pack all the right things, but it’s hard to prepare for jet lag hitting a young child. Your best bet, of course, is to adjust everyone to the time of your destination so you can fully take advantage of the vacation days you have. But how do you get a 3 year old to cooperate? Our contributors gave us their best suggestions – we hope one, or more, of these will work for you!Read More