My kids have loooooved playing card games since their first round of go fish! We often enjoy card games on rainy days, game nights, and even on card trips. When they were very young I noticed that they had a hard time viewing all of their cards at once without dropping them as they sorted through their stack, trying to figure out which card to play. A stop at the dollar store was all we needed to to turn card games with toddlers into an easy and even “on the go” activity. Using a large chip clip they can hold all of their cards so that they see them, but their competitors cannot. This is also a great way to play cards on a road tip. A simple solution for little hands and a great way to promote play, learning, and fun as a family.
Summer is just around the corner and a family road trip is a great way to spend time together and make some memories! Road trips with small kids can be exciting, stress free, and fun no matter where you are headed if you plan ahead. Make the car trip part of the fun and adventure! Last year we took a 16 hour car ride to visit close friends and their new baby and I was seriously nervous about having my 3 and 5 year old kids in the car for two separate 16 hour rides! This was our first family road trip and first vacation, really, so I wanted to make it extra fun. Here is a whole slew of ideas on how I turned the car ride itself into a vacation they would remember!
Here is a great idea for feeding your kids while you are traveling. Wither you are on a long road trip or just running errands during lunch time this is a simple and fun way to feed your kids nutritionally while you are on the go.