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TOP Road Trip Activities for KIDS

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  1. Judy says:

    This is so good! I’ve never heard of Splat monsters or imagined everything you could do with pipe cleaners….I don’t have kids but friends of mine who travel do so definitely sharing this with them. It’s great that parents think of crafts to do with kids to occupy their time rather than plonking the ipad in front of them.

    • NatalieTanner says:

      Thanks for sharing! I know your friends will appreciate it. You can never ben too prepared with the kids around!

  2. asoulwindow says:

    I don’t have kids but I understand that kids need to be engaged in meaningful activities. The activities you mentioned are creative and would not only keep the kids busy but also expand their minds.

  3. Alice Chen says:

    These are some great ideas! Not only do they keep kids entertained, they’re easy to carry around. It’s always a challenge with kids but these are definitely ways to keep the whole family happy.

  4. Being a travelling family and having two young kids these are great to know. The splat monsters is a brilliant idea and although we do freestyle painting at home, doing this while travelling is so easy and possible. The paper chain bracelets can also be a good idea. Anything to keep the kids busy during those long flights right.

    • NatalieTanner says:

      No doubt! You can never be too prepared, right? 🙂 Splat monsters are a great conversations starter…I love keeping those things and reading them later, too! Their ideas can be so much different than ours!

  5. These are cute ways to keep my daughter busy! I love the pipe cleaners! I never thought about that. And i think i will like doing in on a trip as well. Thanks for sharing!

    • NatalieTanner says:

      Great! I’m so glad. Enjoy the journey! I add tips often so please come back for more for the next trip!

  6. Nadine Smith says:

    These are all so fun! I have never heard of Splat Monsters or Pipe Cleaners before. I love how these activities encourage kids to use their imagination while also keeping them from being bored. I think I would enjoy doing these activities myself, especially the bracelets! 🙂

    • NatalieTanner says:

      Aren’t they fun? I am often in the middle of the kids making things with them. Fun 🙂 Thanks for stopping by!

  7. Riely says:

    I quite enjoy these creative ways to keep children occupied while travelling especially since it involves them using their fine motor skills and engaging in different activities other than staring at a screen. Pipe cleaners are such an easy thing to have on hand and creating animals with them would be a hit with kids. I remember playing all sorts of games with string as a child! Thanks for sharing this well thought out post.

    • NatalieTanner says:

      Thanks for stopping by! Fine motor skills are so valuable in school and they are working on them without giving it a second thought! Sneaky learning. 😉

  8. 2travellingsisters says:

    What a great way to keep kids entertained and engaged while travelling! The pipe cleaners looks easy and fun activity for the kids to develop their creativity. Do not have kids of my own but definitely going to share this with my friends who travel along with their kids. I’m sure this will be of great help for them.

    • NatalieTanner says:

      We can not say enough good things about pipe cleaners! They are fun, cheap, colorful and can be made into a gazillion things! Super fun for the kids. Lots of giggles. Thanks for sharing with your friends! I appreciate it!

  9. I absolutely like all of your suggestions. I am even also interested in using them just for fun. Haha! I have nephews who play video games when they get bored especially during traveling. These activities would give not them eye strain.

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