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I have a great printable to share with you today. Summer is in full swing and that means ROAD TRIPS. I love them. Except for when it gets boring about a half an hour into the drive. I’ve got you covered with this Printable Road Trip Activities Book that is great for all ages.
All you need to make this book is a printer, paper and some crayons. Download the book at the end of this post, print it off and take it along for the ride.
There are lots of easy games like Tic Tac Toe. Have a match up and play lots of games to declare a champion.
Or the ever popular dot boxing. This will keep kids busy for quite a while. Make sure they have crayons, markers, colored pencils or whatever to keep to the fun going.
I love graph paper. There are so many possibilities. Make a maze or draw a geometric art piece.
I love this one. A Pitstop collection is a place to gather different small things from the road trip journey. Tape them or draw pictures of your pitstops on this page on this page.
After seeing lots of different license plates on the road, kids can draw their own. Add their own words and backgrounds. This is a great creative activity.
For older kids, there are lots of road trip words to unscramble. Keep their minds active with activities like this one.
I love looking for license plates from different states whenever I go road tripping. I’ve never kept track of all the different ones, but this printable road trip activity book has a mini license plate to keep track of each one. Just color in the plate you see and keep on searching.
A funky fun activity for kids is to draw a self portrait. It is fun to see what they think they look like.
I hope you have lots of fun road trips planned this summer and hope this will keep your kids busy. Check out the printable road trip activity book download for all the great activities in this book.
Download the Printable Here: Road Trip Activities Book
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This great, thanks! We are about to go on a 3 day road trip with our 6 year-old granddaughter, so have printed this out. I know that some will be too difficult for her, but most she can do. One suggestion for future projects, perhaps: a child slightly older than she is could do the license plate activity, -with help- but the font you used would be VERY confusing for young readers.
Thanks again, looking forward to doing many of these activities with her.
Thanks for your suggestions!!! I hope that you have fun on your trip!
I love this idea! Thanks for sharing.
Love this! I’ve always wanted to make a road trip book but my kids are still too young, and now I don;t have to because you have an awesome one all ready to print!
I printed out the activity book. On the unscramble page, what is the second word supposed to be? We just can’t figure it out. 🙂
My kids are going to love this! Thanks so much!
How did you make it into a book?
I bought a report cover and put it into that. But it could be stapled or punch three holes in the side and tie with twine or use rings to keep it together.
Mikaela Williams says
I can’t for the life of me figure out “Atsrea’ on the word scramble! I love this workbook, my nieces will be enjoying this on out 6 hour trip!