Road Trip Games for Young Kids

Now that it’s summer vacation, a LOT of people will be going on vacation. Almost everyone I talk to is all excited about some upcoming trip. Many of them are taking their young children. My first thought is usually: “You are amazing to be excited about being in a car that long with little kids. That would scare the crap outta me!” For all you brave souls like these other people, here’s a little help: Road Trip Games for Young Kids!

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Don’t get me wrong, I’ve done long van trips with kids. We’ve done Disneyland several times, 14-20 hour drives depending on whether it was before or after we moved. To visit our family, it’s 18-20 hours of drive time. To move here was that same drive. Yes, I’ve been though the driving with kids experience, and as much as I absolutely love my kids and spending time with them….it was pure torture.

Since our families live so far away, it’s inevitable that we’ll have to make that dreaded drive again sometime in the future. Because, get real, who wants to buy airfare for six people?! Not I, ma’amm! I’m keeping this handy guide….well, handy….for when that time comes! So on to the goods: Road Trip Games for Young Kids!

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The #1 thing I’ve always been told (and believe myself) is that you MUST provide snacks on long road trips. Check out this fun snack organizer over at Creating Really Awesome Free Things!

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My kids love legos. Actually, my HUBBY loves legos, and has passed that obsession love on to my children. It’s a good thing, and has sparked much creativity, but still. So this DIY Lego Travel Case from Mommy Testers is a MUST…perhaps even before our next trip!

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Corernstone Confessions has a list of FABULOUS free printables to make your kids their very own Travel Notebook!

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Stephanie at Somewhat Simple made a wonderful list of Ideas & Tips for Traveling with Kids!

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I found this Travel With Kids…and Save Your Sanity list that’s chuck full of great ideas and help over at Home Sweet Homebodies.

Make Your Own Laptop for Kids / by Busy Mom's Helper #craft #kids #feltfun

Let them play make-believe with this fun DIY Laptop Case for Kids

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Simply Kierste shares The Ultimate Guide: Road Trip with Kids 50 Tips Tricks & Ideas and it’s AMAZING! A definitely must-see for those planning on a long drive with kiddos.

DIY Travel Coloring Tote / by Busy Mom's Helper #craft #kidstravel #coloring #roadtrip

An easy way to carry art supplies: DIY Travel Coloring Tote!

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Last, but definitely not least, is this fabulous DIY Travel Busy Board from Mommy Testers. She really knows her kid-travel stuff!!!

What are YOUR best tips for Road Trip Games for Young Kids?

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  • Thanks for posting! In five days, we will be driving with our four-year-old from Louisiana to Ontario, Canada (1500 miles one way), to visit my in-laws. We are splitting it up into two and a half days, but that first full day is going to be a long one. I have him a printable binder, books, toys (to be handed out every so often and unwrapped), snacks, as well as the inevitable electronics for emergencies. This will be the third time he’s made this trip (once before by car and last year by train). He likes to travel (and is really excited to be going to see his grandma and grandpa).

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