Category Archives: On The Road

7 Audio Programs Kids Will Love!

As a kid, I have a vivid memory of carrying around my little, red, Sony tape recorder, listening to books on tape and radio theater programs. I loved it. I would clean my whole bedroom while listening to stories. Times have changed. There are tons of ways to access audio story times and programs for kids. Typically…
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9 Roadtrip Games The Whole Family Can Play

Do you have a vacation coming up? If can be tough as a kid to sit for extended periods of time in the same spot next to the same people without getting bored and antsy. Instead of relying solely on technology to keep them distracted why not include some family interaction and check out these tried…
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Once Upon A Time Story Stones

Who doesn't love a good story? Kids are almost always ready for a funny tale or exciting adventure. But sometimes when it comes to inventing one of their own, it can be tough to get started. Story stones can help with that. I saw this idea and couldn't wait to make some of our own.…
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Spring Bucket List!

Looking for something to do with your kids this spring? Look no further! Here’s a collection of spring inspired ideas to get you started this season.   Download our Spring Bucket List here. You can print this and put in on the fridge where everyone can see it. Have fun with your kids checking off each item…
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Look at these Funny Faces!

These little guys are just too cute to look at. It's wonderful how impressed they still are with our world. Watch the video and then take your little sunshine on a ride through the next tunnel - and don't forget your camera to capture this special memory!

Tic, Tac, Toe, Three Bugs in a Row!

Tic, Tac, Toe is an ages old game that used to entertain kids in those moments when boredom strikes. Traditionally, all you would need is a pencil and paper but this travel version adds a little something special to the mix. This is Buggy Tic, Tac, Toe. We started with a bunch of plastic water…
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Memory Matching

One of my favorite games growing up was Memory. I loved to test my brain to remember where the different matches were. It was fun and a way of learning at the same time. Here's a do-it-yourself version of the game that you can make with small scraps of fabric you have around the house.…
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