10 FREE Printables for Your Road Trip

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10 Free Printables for Your Road Trip – help your family get organized, and keep the kids occupied!

As I’m preparing for our family’s upcoming road trip, I have come across many awesome, FREE road trip related downloads across the Internet and I thought it would be nice to compile them for you here in one post!

If any of these strike your fancy, make sure to click on the link below the image to be directed to the blog that created it free for your use and download it there.


Printable Packing List for Young Kids = from OrgJunkie


License Plate Bingo Printable = from The Dating Divas


Road Trip Bingo Printables = from Oopsey Daisy


Travel Bingo Cards = from Positively Splendid


Road Trip Activity Pack = from Playdough to Plato


Reusable Car Games = from 123 Homeschool 4 Me (she suggests laminating them so you can reuse them!)


Family Road Trip Packing List = from The Art of Simple (she has the BEST downloads!)


Vacation Budget Worksheet = from Living Well, Spending Less


Travel Photo Checklist = from Simple as That


Pocket Travel Journal DIY = from Simple as That (not printable per se, but I loved this inexpensive, cute idea and wanted to include it!)

For more ideas, make sure to follow my Project ~ Roadtrip Pinterest board!

4 thoughts on “10 FREE Printables for Your Road Trip”

  1. Here’s a tip on a less expensive option to laminating:

    Get some plastic sheet protectors (on sale now) and slip the papers into those. Expo markers will wipe off with a tissue or you can use babywipes if the marker dries too much. I did this all the time when teaching for practicing math facts, mad libs during rainy day recess, etc. It also makes for easy storage in a 3 ring binder and provides the ability to recycle the sheets and reuse when the children outgrown certain sheets.

    Make sure they are the shiny, smoothy sheet protectors not the really cheap, flimsy one that are rough and bumpy. It won’t work on those.

    Since I brought up Mad Libs, your kids are going into K and 2, right? If you haven’t already tried those, that might be fun on a road trip.

    • Thanks, Malia! I was excited to find the printable and your site. I hope to send some folks your way! 🙂

  2. If you have a kid like mine who gets car sick with any visual activities, try storynory.com. They have FREE! downloadable mp3 stories that are everything from folk tales and myths from around the world to original stories about teenage witches, or frog princes, or space operas, or teen rock bands. My 8 year old has been listening for years and loves them!

    They’ve also got an app you can put on an iOS device (don’t know about others) but I just download directly from their website to my itunes. You can also play right from the website if you want to preview first.

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