Going on an adventure with the kids this school holiday? Here are some travel accessories you need to pack for a comfortable and stress-free journey for your little ones.
1. A plush toy to keep them company
Bring their favourite plush toy to give them a sense of familiarity and security away from their comfort zone. It can help ease anxieties during take-off and landing, and keep them company during the long flight so you could get a moment of peace too.
2. Some doodling tools to keep their hands occupied
Keep little hands busy with a doodle mat. Get their creative juices flowing to make time fly by during your long-haul flight. With wash-out pens, you won’t have to worry about staining – just wipe off stray colours from the table or clean dirty hands with soap at the end of your journey!
3. Crazy faces to keep them entertained
Put a smile even on grumpy faces with this amazingly fun game of crazy faces. Let young ones mix and match different pieces to make their own expressions. What makes this a great travel companion? It’s magnetic and comes in a handy box so you won’t lose pieces along your journey.
4. A backpack to store necessities
Store all their little necessities in their own mini backpack to keep things organised. This way, you won’t have to rummage through your hand-carry for their random little knick-knacks. A harness bag also helps keep little ones close by during your trip!
5. A bedtime story to get them sleepy
Travelling during the night? Don’t forget to pack some bedtime stories to help calm excited minds and get them ready to fall asleep. A well-rested kid makes travelling a breeze!
6. Answers to their millions of questions
Satiate inquisitive minds with all the answers to their millions of questions. Bring a “Questions & Answers” book along so older ones can find out the answers on their own, or read it together with younger ones to keep them from getting bored.
7. A pillow to keep them nice and snug
Help make long journeys more comfortable with a cosy pillow. Airline seats aren’t built for small bodies, so bring along a pillow to keep them nice and snug. It’ll also make bedtime a lot easier with a familiar support.
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