These Road Trip Printables include everything your kids need to prep for your road trip, activities for the car, and pages to keep track of all the memories you make along the way!
Any of you going on a road trip this summer? We’ll be going to New Mexico and Las Vegas for sure. They’re not super long trips, but we’ll be driving for 20 hours total! I used to drive across the country with my family and 20 hours was just the first day…but now I’m the mom and 20 hours in a car with three kids just sounds like a lot of work. And Fighting. That’s why I creating this Ultimate Road Trip Printable Set, so I can keep the kids busy the entire time! It’s on sale now and read on for a link to a free page!
I didn’t want this to just be a bunch of activities. I wanted my kids to be involved in the trip, so it has printables to prep for the trip, journaling printables, activities and games, and an end of trip questionnaire and photo album pages. My mom was really big on memory keeping for our trips, so I really wanted to incorporate that into this set!
Read more details of what’s included and purchase HERE, then come back here for some tips!
- White paper
- White Card Stock
- Paper Trimmer
- Glue Stick
- 3 Ring Binder
- Hole punch (optional-I use a 3 ring hole punch)
- Page protectors (optional)
Print out the following pages on plain white paper: Covers (if needed), Must-do Activities, Packing Checklist, Countdown links, Car Bucks, Family Journal (prompts, pages and profile), all games except the trivia cards, and all end of road trip items.
You can print out everything on nicer paper, but it will be cheaper this way! Print the rest on sturdy card stock.
You’ll need to put everything together before your trip, obviously…but make sure you get the countdown link up 2 weeks before. You’ll print out only the pages you want and the ones you think you’ll enjoy on your trip. Keep them all in a binder with some colored pencils (the least messy coloring tool).
- One page for each child: must-do activities, checking list, road trip profiles, all activities except road trip trivia, end of road trip questionnaire
- Make sure you print out a luggage tag, treat bag topper and envelopes for each child you have (both car bucks and family note envelopes)
- One for the family: Countdown chain, family journal prompts, road trip trivia
- Print out plenty of car bucks, pages of the family journal and notecards
Now I’m actually really excited for our road trips. Think I can print out this set for myself?
And as promised, I’ve included one printable FREE! Click the image below download the Packing Checklist for kids printable and find the rest of the Ultimate Road Trip Printables (ON SALE NOW!) HERE.