My Family Travel Map (Lonely Planet Kids)
My Family Travel Map from Lonely Planet Kids unfolds to an interactive experience that will tempt the wanderlust out of every mini explorer (and even explorers of the adult variety). Colorful stickers are included for each family member to call dibs on and decorate the map with places they’ve been and those places still on their bucket list.
The giant map can double as decor in your child’s room with tasteful color schemes and design. The stickers are also easily removed without damaging the map which is always appreciated. To extend the longevity further, it could be framed then written on with dry-erase markers, but you’d miss out on all the fun facts on the back of the map. One of the welcome additions I enjoyed is that this activity map is more than places you’ve been and are going–it also doubles as a travel journal. It contains stickers for your child to document weather, modes of transportation used on your journey, animals seen, and hearts or stars to keep track of their personal favorites.
My Family Travel Map is a cute activity that can be revisited overtime and definitely helps spark a child’s curiosity of our planet.
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