Sunday, July 3, 2016

Travel Busy Bag: Road Map (Practical Mondays #20)


It's vacation time! And also the last Practical Monday of the month! Here's a printable of a Road Map to Keep Kids Busy. For road trips, plane rides or vacationing at grandma's.


The Practical Mom's Travel Busy Bag: Road Map (Practical Mondays #20)



If you don't want to bother with printing, draw one yourself! 

The Practical Mom's Travel Busy Bag: Road Map (Practical Mondays #20)

The Practical Mom's Travel Busy Bag: Road Map (Practical Mondays #20)

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The Practical Mom's Travel Busy Bag: Road Map (Practical Mondays #20)




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Enjoy the vacation!



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10 comments:

  1. Enjoy your well-earned break! Thanks for all you do!

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  2. Love the printable! What a cute idea! Thanks for sharing, and for hosting :)

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  3. Thanks for featuring my post, and enjoy the well-deserved break!

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  4. This is a great idea for journeys and restaurants. And just goes to show I pads are not necessary!! #dreamteam

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  5. This is a great idea for journeys and restaurants. And just goes to show I pads are not necessary!! #dreamteam

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  6. Fab idea for being on the go with little ones! Thanks for linking up with #dreamteam x

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  7. I keep a small bag a little similar to this in the changing bag for restaurants etc, but your tips and printable takes this to a whole new level! I'm feeling inspired! Thanks for sharing with #fartglitter x

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  8. it's a good game for children developping! it's better when a child does everything by himself, as in your example! you are a great mother! use online proofreading and editing services by professionals for some additional information about hoe to help you child with writing!

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  9. Thank you ladies! Hope you enjoy/enjoyed the break too!

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