Best travel toys and activities
Here are some of the best gifts for kids and parents who travel by planes, trains and automobiles.
1. Qubits Construction Toy Beach/Travel Toy — This toy is made in the United States and a is the winner of the 2014 Brain Toy Award. Your kid is going to be a genius by the time you arrive at your destination.
2. The Everything Kids’ Travel Activity Book: Games to Play, Songs to Sing, Fun Stuff to Do — If you need ideas, this is the book to buy.
3. Star Kids Snack and Play Travel Tray — Buy this is you are planning to travel in the car for at least 2-3 hours. Keeps food, games, coloring, etc in place and easy for kids to grab.
4. Magnetic Fun – Cars Planes and Trains — One reviewer said she bought this AT the airport on a seven hour delay and her kid loved it.
5. Travel Scavenger Hunt For Kids Card Game — Can you find a red car, a license plate with the letter ”Z,” or a stop sign? Includes 54 scavenger hunt cards for 2 or more players, ages 7 and up.
6. ALEX® Toys Artist Studio Desk To Go — This travel desk is the perfect size for children’s laps and airplane tables.
7. Melissa & Doug Travel Memory Game — These fabulous, travel-style games bring new fun and convenience to old family favorites with innovative flipping pieces won’t get lost.
8. Fisher-Price Travel Doodle Pro — A classic that’s good to keep in the car at all times. This was one of my kids FAVORITES. They can write over and over again, no mess and no waste of one million pieces of paper.
9. License Plate Game — Kids over 7 need some added challenge to their road trip. Give them the task of finding license plates from different states.
10. Lay-n-Go Lite — Perfect for toting sets with small pieces. Hello, LEGOs! Comfortable and convenient to carry. Perfect for air travel.
11. Blue Emesis Bag — These are the BEST barf bags ever. You’re welcome.
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