travel For Kids Book
I especially love to find books that not only captivate my children visually but teach us something about emotion,growing,custom and our history. Now, I’ve put together a good list of more than 12 books about travel for kids.Hope you will like these books.
Vacation--no homework, no school, and no more teacher’s dirty looks! Unfortunately, it usually begins with the family sitting around somewhere or stuck in a plane, train, or car. BOR-IIIING! Fortunately, with these quizzes, puzzles, games, and doodles, the fun doesn’t have to wait, even ......[Read More]
Coffee table size.Great graphics.One page for each country with color-coded cards indicating which continent the country is located in.Gift worthy.
National Geographic Kids Ultimate U.S. Road Trip Atlas by Crispin Boyer – This book took quite a long time for my son and I to read through. We read about a US state each day and then enjoyed the extra activities throughout. Interesting to read what is thought to be spec......[Read More]
Pros*Travel Size! Very easy to pack places.*Hours of Fun - seriously, it will take hours. *Gives you all the Waldo you need in one small package. Cons*It is freaking hard to find Waldo. Seriously, it's been awhile since I've looked a Where's Waldo book and I don't rememb......[Read More]
Travel my baby encourages traveling as a way to attain knowledge, develop one's character, and remind oneself of all the different things the world has to offer. Sometimes, travel puts life into perspective showing you that some people in the world are not afforded the same opportunities as others. ......[Read More]
The 50 States Guide Book is much more than just another book of maps of the United States. This book was made to be something different: to be your guide to each state from the inside. We believe that every state has a story to tell, and we wanted those stories told all in one place. Each state’s se......[Read More]
This book had me at the title and delivered a delightful coast-to-coast road-trip up and down and across the United States with adorable, adoptable monsters. This travel guide will fuel imaginations as kids pour over Szalay's funny illustrations. They'll be inspired to draw monsters of their own at ......[Read More]
This is a fun, colorful interactive book that contains both activities to keep your kids 6 and up occupied during travel and places to help them record their journeys (through both journaling prompts and free-writing space). From a design perspective, based on the colors, it will appeal more to a bo......[Read More]
The Kids’ Travel Guide Series takes children from kindergarten through 5th grade on life-impacting explorations that engage them with activities, stories, prayer, and much more. Each of the seven themed Kids’ Travel Guides includes 13 imaginative, interactive Bible lessons. Lead your Sun......[Read More]
Lovely Amelia Travels is a great way to learn all about Costa Rica. Amelia goes on vacation with her new journal. Along the way she shows you all of the fantastic things to see. This book is the perfect way to introduce kids to journaling, before you head on your own vacation!![Read More]
Would You Rather For Kids – Quinn Addison – Perfect for road trips or classrooms! Can’t wait to use this when I get to teach Sunday school again. Happy Reading![Read More]
Such delightful illustrations of all the London sights! Perfect to read with kids to introduce them to new places. [Read More]