Designed for the travel enthusiast or a cross-country road trip with this state-by-state travel log you can record what cities you have visited in every state as well as anything memorable you learned or experienced. Designed to work with the passport sticker set (sold separately), you can place the state seal sticker on your page once you've visited a state. This easily fits within a regular size Midori or Fauxdori (if made to the same dimensions). Best of all, when you're all finished, it is a great keepsake that records your road trip and/or travels!
• Could also be used for teaching children more about each of the 50 states as it offers a spot to identify the postal abbreviation for each state (see example of a filled out page in images above) as well as to identify the city of each State Capitol.
• Assign each student in your class or co-op a state. Student learns about their assigned state and creates a presentation board. All students come together in an expo to learn about various states and as students visit another student's presentation board and learns about their friend's state, they get their passport stamped (if you have a rubber stamp of something that represents the state, you can use that or you can purchase our passport sticker set that is sold separately and print onto round labels.)
WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO MAKE THIS:
To create your state-by-state travel log, all you need is Adobe Acrobat Reader (free), 8.5x11 white copy/printer paper, a printer or copy center, a paper cutter (a copy center offers trimming services as well to save time), and a long-arm stapler to staple booklet together.
Pages are designed to be printed front to back beginning on page 1. So, page 2 would be the duplex (back side) of page 1. Page 4 of the document would be printed on the back side of page 3. Page 6 of the document would be printed on the back side of page 5 of the document and so forth. A print shop should also know how to print pages front to back in the order the document is created. Once assembled, your booklet will go in alphabetical order.