We have created a Washington, D.C. travel booklet for your children to use while on a vacation to this amazing place!
Included in this travel book are twelve pages that will be engaging, entertaining, and educational for your child.
The twelve pages include:
Page 1: Cover page (place for name and areas to color)
Page 2: Travel information and pre-trip thoughts
Page 3: Word find challenge with vocabulary related to the location
Page 4: The License Plate Game (great for long car rides or in parking lots)
Page 5: Memory page (for drawing a picture from the trip)
Pages 6-7: A map of the United States so your child can chart the trip and learn
Page 8: Interesting facts that your child will love
Page 9: QR codes so your child can learn more about the destination
Pages.10-11: Travel journal (a place for your child to write about the trip from
his/her point of view)
Page 12: Favorite part, funniest thing, favorite food with place to add a "selfie" and
Also included is a direction page on how to print out the booklet so it makes it a snap to get these ready for your vacation.
So don't dread over hearing, "Are we there yet?" Instead, hand your child a Travel Booklet and watch time fly by!
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More travel booklets coming soon!!!
If you don't see a travel booklet below that you would like us to make, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to make you one!
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