The secret to fun family road trips is keeping kids entertained while you’re on the go. Our free road trip activity pack is an easy, screen-free way to make your epic adventure the best yet!

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Road Trip Activity Pack

The free pack includes a colorful binder cover and seven entertaining activities:

  • I Spy
  • Bingo
  • The Great Number Race
  • Road Trip ABC Hunt
  • Story Starters
  • How Many Do You See?
  • Scavenger Hunt

Just print the activities and slide them into a binder. Grab a pack of sticky post-its to use with the Bingo game, and you’re ready to go. Literally!

Road Trip Activity Pack

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  1. 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.

  2. 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!

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

    1. 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. 🙂

  4. 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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