Best Advice for Travel With Kids

We are a traveling family! This time of year is no different. After many years of military traveling all around the country, I have collected the best tips to take with you while you travel with kids this holiday season.

Traveling this holiday season? This is some of the best advice for travel with kids all in one wonderful post on


Air Travel with Kids

Tips for Flying with a “Twoddler”

Montessori While Traveling: What Works

Surviving a Flight with an Infant

Children Activity Play Fun Desk

20 Easy Travel Activities to Keep Kids Happy on an Airplane

Airplane Mode with a One Year Old

Car Travel with Kids

Back Seat Playground

Road Trip Kit

Montessori While Traveling

Road Trip Binder for Kids 

Car Activities for a One-Year Old

40+ Tips for Road Trips with Toddlers and Preschoolers 

Melissa & Doug Travel Memory Game

Tips for Travel with Children

50+ Ideas for Car Trip Fun!

The Ultimate Road Trip Guide for Families

What to Pack

DIY Travel Lego Case

50+ Screen-Free Travel Toys & Activities for Kids of All Ages

Carry-on Wheeled Suitcase, Backpack, and Travel Bag

YUUbag and What to Pack when Travelling with Kids

Road Trip Printables and Car Games for Kids

Top Products for Travelling with Kids
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  1. […] We pack a lot of snacks. I don’t like stopping. Unless it is for gas or EMERGENCY potty breaks (usually by me) we just don’t. We pack a lunch to have on our trip and find a great rest area to enjoy. The kids take the opportunity to do a couple laps back and forth to a close by tree to stretch their legs and we use the bath room then we are on our way again. For me, I like to get where I’m going so stops or short. Great snack ideas for us: Graham Crackers Pre-made PB&J Water Veggie Sticks Pre-cut Apples Nuts Once we are done with lunch and getting gas we are on the road again. My kids are awesome and this is them before I even have an opportunity to get in the car! Already have two other great activites. Avalyn is working with a Melissa and Doug Travel Memory Game. She isn’t really using it as a memory game, but the little doors are a lot of fun to open and close. She is working on fine motor skills with this one. This is a very sturdy game and we have had a lot of great fun with the memory cards inside. Samuel is playing with something I know I used to play with when I was young. It’s a handheld water game with rings! You know the ones that you push the little buttons and air moves the rings around. What a classic game. He loves it and I am glad to have it on our trip. We talk a lot on our trips about where we are going and what we are going to do. We play some other games like I Spy and the ABC game where you look at the signs and try to find the alphabet in order. Great Tips for Travel with Kids […]

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