Traveling might be fun, but when your kids are tagged along, you might find it difficult to rest even when someone else is driving. This means that you will have to think about some activities that can keep your kids busy while you are driving or resting.
Here are some of our top suggestions:
1. Portable gaming consoles This is one thing the child will enjoy and will not disturb you until they are tired. This means that you will enjoy your time traveling, and your children will be busy. At the same time, it is a safe activity and keeping a watch on them is easy too.
2. Make the most of a lap desk With a book and colors on the lap desk, your kids will be busy coloring, drawing and writing things in the book. So, give them the accessories and they will be busy for some time. If you do not have a car-seat lap desk or it is not in good shape, you should opt for an inexpensive alternative, cookie sheet!
3. Give them the camera If they love photography, give them a camera and let them create memorable clicks during the journey. To make sure that they are focusing on the clicks for a long time, you can tell them that they will get a little gift if they manage to click at least five good clicks.
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4. Give them something to decorate:
5. A Map:
Give them a map and you will notice that they will soon be busy asking you questions related to the destination you are planning to visit. Before they prepare a set of questions for you, you should give them a set of locations to be spotted on the map.
This will not only keep them busy but will even improve their knowledge about the destination.
6. The ‘collection’ box
Give them a box and tell them that they have to collect memories in that box. They can collect train tickets, movie tickets, inexpensive plastic ornaments, paper notes, and other mementos from the trip. Collect it and take it back home. Once home, they will have some memories in their box and will stay entertained for some time, even after the travel.
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