With the wonderful weather heading towards us, I’m sure everyone will be doing a lot of traveling. What kind of toddler activities can you come with to keep your child occupied for those long trips. We know how long a trip can feel with a child who is bored or complaining.
Get out your felt and scissors, cut out some bright fun shapes and use them to decorate your dinosaurs.
If you’re flying, get out some crayons for your little one to color some airplanes.
This color matching activity fits perfectly into a ziploc bag.
Practice your fine motor skills to learn about colors.
Create this montessori-inspired educational busy bag for road trips! These busy bags are simple and frugal to put together, and designed with preschool in mind. Different activities range from color matching, shape matching, and more.
If you travel often or have a particularly long road trip you’re taking, make these travel activity binders for some electronic-free fun! For some of the worksheets, put them in clear plastic sheet so you can reuse them.
For the Lego fans in your family, make this DIY portable Lego kit, which comes with activity cards. Build different combinations according to the activity card.
Although this backpack kit was designed for airplane travel in mind, it can be easily customized for a road trip!
Low mess and easy to pack, these craft stick activities can be educational, or a fun way to pass the time.
Sometimes, an iPad can be an easy way to occupy kids for a bit. Here are 16 educational apps for toddlers, ranging from patterns, math, and letters.
Road trips don’t have to be boring – here are some activities for sprucing up a long car ride.
In this pack, explore fun games such as Road sign Bingo, Lego I Spy, and more!
Hidden picture puzzles are great for all ages and provide endless fun, and maybe some backseat competition!
Play Bingo on the road with this free printable! Search for things like a wind mill, or orange cones! The visual pictures are great for younger players.
Here are 40+ tips for road trips with toddlers and preschoolers! From fun games to road trip must-haves and helpful tips, these 40 tips will save your sanity for the next family road trip!
Let creativity run wild with these building activities! Activities for colors, shapes, and numbers are included.
Create these mini coloring cases for a small, on-the-go activity that you can practically take anywhere.