Kids’ Travel Journal (Vacation Diary, Trip Notebook)

March 17, 2020 - Comment

Taking a trip? Going on vacation? Great! Use this journal to keep a record of everything!Plan your trip and packing list.Write what happened on the way there and back.Write down what you did.Sketch what you saw.Rate each day.Paste in photos, tickets, maps, postcards, and more.Keep more stuff in the back pocket.Journal also includes:Puzzles and games.Maps

Taking a trip? Going on vacation? Great! Use this journal to keep a record of everything!
Plan your trip and packing list.Write what happened on the way there and back.Write down what you did.Sketch what you saw.Rate each day.Paste in photos, tickets, maps, postcards, and more.Keep more stuff in the back pocket.Journal also includes:
Puzzles and games.Maps of the world, North America, and Europe.Helpful words and phrases in other languages.Metric information.Fun world facts.Travel-related quotes from kid’s books.Full-color photos and illustrations.Acid-free archival paper preserves your journaling. Makes a great keepsake!Elastic band attached to back cover keeps your place or keeps journal closed.Recommended for ages 6 and up.6-1/4” wide x 8-1/4” high (15.9 cm wide x 21 cm high).Sturdy hardcover binding.96 pages.

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Anonymous says:

LOTS of awesome features in this journal We took a family trip to Hawaii, and I wanted to get my six year old a travel journal that could help him document his trip and also practice writing while we were gone. I had looked at a few online and ended up choosing this one because of the high reviews, variety of “activities” and just the overall impression I got from reading about it vs others. I was really pleased with it! It is certainly great for my six year old (he reads and writes well for a Kindergartener), though I would say if…

Anonymous says:

Made the trip even better and more memorable Had our twelve year-old use this for the family’s second annual [8-day] road-trip: made him update it every day (at the end or the morning after — can’t go out until it’s done.) He grudgingly started it but got into logging down his thoughts. I didn’t require more than a mention of what places and special items there were done but it turned out that he elaborated those points that he thought were important (not that I agreed with him as to what was “important” but it was his journal…

Anonymous says:

… bought two of these and had a lot of fun with them We bought two of these and had a lot of fun with them. The journal is set up for 14 days of a trip. There are sections for what to preparing (how will you travel, packing lists, a page for addresses); daily pages that are a nice combo of prompts and open space for drawing or writing; puzzle pages (word searches, crossword puzzles, mazes); and black pages. My 5 year old didn’t use the whole thing at all, but she did do something in every part and the journal pages she filled out are precious. We…

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