Road Trip Activity Pack

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Road Trip Activity Pack

We love our Playdough to Plato email subscribers and are excited to pass along a new appreciation present: a road trip activity pack that will keep the kids entertained during quick errands around town or epic adventures to far away places.

 

The free download includes a colorful binder cover and 7 entertaining activities.  Just print the activities, slide them into a binder, grab a pack of sticky post-its to use with the Bingo game, and you’re ready to go.

Free Road Trip Activity Pack {Playdough to Plato}

How Do You Get It?

 

Download your free copy in just one simple step: sign up to follow the blog by email below. That means that we’ll keep you updated on our latest blog posts by sending you a roundup of our newest kids’ learning activities (usually 1-2 times a week).  You can cancel anytime.

 

As a thank you for signing up, we’ll email you a link to the road trip pack. That’s it! Easy peasy, right?!

 

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Free Printable Road Trip Activity Pack

About Malia Hollowell

Malia is a National Board Certified elementary teacher turned stay at home mama to three young kids {4, 2.5 and 5 months}. She earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s in Education {go Stanford!} and spent seven years teaching in a classroom. Since starting Playdough to Plato in 2012, her ideas have been featured in Parenting Magazine, Pinterest's Top Educational Pins and Kiwi Crate.

10 Comments

  1. What an awesome activity pack! Thank you!

  2. Yay! I’m so happy to hear that you like it, Andrea. Enjoy!!

  3. Hi
    Im here from the blog party, I think you are supposed to have a post up here about the blog party itself, but I really like that road trip pack. I actually had made similar types of things for walks with my students when I taught preschool years ago.

  4. We are road trip with kids veterans and anything that helps pass the time is a blessing! Games like road trip bingo are very effective so it looks like a great pack!

  5. Do you have or know anyone that has a set for older kids?

  6. Hi Nikki! I don’t know of any road trip activity packs for older kids but I’ll keep an eye out and send it your way if I come across something. :)

  7. These are awesome! Thank you so much!!!

  8. This looks wonderful but I don’ have Facebook or any kind of social media. Any way to get the printable without an account on Facebook?

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