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I think most of you know that we like to travel, A LOT! Our boys are probably a little spoiled because of the amount of trips and vacations we end up taking but honestly, we just love traveling and making memories. This week we’re in Canada fishing and having a blast.
The trip to Canada was actually about 12 hours so I thought it would be fun to put together little Travel Journals for the boys. That way they could write down their experiences in a journal and even snap a few photos to stick in along with their notes. It’s a great way for them to journal what they’re doing and even practice their writing skills for school!
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Letting kids be creative with their writing with things like travel journals is a great way to encourage handwriting and it’s such a treat to go back and read these journals to get a glimpse into how they were having fun on their vacations and trips.
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How to Make a Travel Journal
What You Need
- BIC Mechanical Pencils
- Pencil Case (we found ours at Target)
- Journal Case (we found ours at Target)
- Camera (the Instax Mini 8 is super fun!)