Kids are quickly learning that they don’t need to stay home when they can go on vacation. With the rise of air travel, more and more families are packing their bags and hitting the road. So what do you need to pack for a road trip with your kids?
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-What to Pack for a Road Trip
When planning a road trip with your kids, make sure to pack a variety of snacks and drinks, sunscreen, insect repellent, hats, jackets, and blankets. Chances are your child will want to explore each stop along the way so be prepared for hikes up hills and long car rides. You may also want to pack some games or books to keep everyone entertained on long drives. And finally, don’t forget your own supplies like toilet paper, wipes, toothpaste, etc.
What to Pack When Visiting a New City
When traveling with your family, you’ll need a few essentials to make the trip go smoothly. Here are my kids travel essentials:
-A backpack filled with snacks, water, and passports/ID cards for each person
-An extra set of clothing in case of accidents or weather changes
-A phone charger, just in case we run out of juice or battery life
-Snacks and drinks for when we’re waiting in line or on the bus
-Maps of the city we’re visiting so that we know where to go and what attractions to explore
-Sunscreen, hats, and sunglasses, just in case
-How to Pack for a Plane Trip
Pack your carry-on essentials for a plane trip with kids. These include: snacks, drinks, toys and games, a blanket or pillow, headphones and an entertainment device like an iPad or Kindle. For your travel bag, put in clothes for the days you’ll be staying in hotels before flying out again. Include extra socks and underwear, a bathing suit if you’re going to the beach, sun screen and hats. Make sure to pack your passport and tickets too!
How to Pack for a Hotel Stay
If you’re planning on traveling with your family, it’s important to have a Plan B. Here are some essentials that will help make your stay more comfortable and enjoyable.
1. Hotel amenities cheatsheet: This handy guide includes things like a map of the hotel, where the laundry is, and what restaurants are close by.
2. Family-friendly activities: When you’re stuck in one spot all day, having something to do can save you from getting antsy. Try looking up local attractions or booking tickets to nearby attractions in advance.
3. Kid-safe medications: If your little ones takes any kind of medication, be sure to bring enough for the entire trip. Some medications need to be taken several times a day, so having extras will come in handy.
4. Extra clothes: It never hurts to have an extra shirt or pair of pants just in case something happens while you’re away from home.
5. Portable cribs and high chairs: A portable crib or high chair is a lifesaver when travelling with small children since they won’t be able to sleep in their own bed or sit at the dinner table comfortably.
What to Bring on a Vacation
When planning a vacation with your family, it’s important to think about what you’ll need to ensure a fun and successful trip. Here are some essentials to bring on your next family vacation:
-A travel-sized toiletry bag. This should include items like toothpaste, ibuprofen, razors, shampoo, conditioner and soap. Make sure you have enough of each type of product so that everyone can get their needs met while on the road.
-A portable entertainment system. This can be a great way to keep the kids entertained on long car rides or during downtime at the pool or beach. Some good options include DVD players, games consoles and tablets.
-An extra pair of sunglasses and sunscreen. You never know when you’ll find yourself in need of a sunny day activity or an impromptu beach picnic!
-A first aid kit with supplies for cuts, scrapes and insect bites. Familiarize yourself with the contents before your trip so that any minor injuries don’t become major setbacks.
-Remember to pack any medications your children may need (such as asthma medication) as well as any snacks they might want (think healthy options like fruit instead of junk food). And last but not least…
Pack plenty of laughs by bringing along some family-friendly comedy movies or TV shows on your trip!
When traveling with your family, it is important to have all of the essentials ready in case something goes wrong. Here are my kids’ travel essentials:
-A passport, driver’s license, and birth certificate for each person in your party
-A plane ticket for each person in your party
-Money for food and activities while away from home
-An emergency money belt or trip fund to cover unexpected costs
-Enough prescriptions and antibiotics for everyone in your party
-A refillable water bottle (or several)
-A first aid kit with supplies such as bandages, aspirin, ibuprofen, sunscreen, insect repellent, and a whistle
-Communication tools including a phone charger and an emergency whistle/flashlight combo
-An entertainment plan that includes books, games, movies etc.