We all know traveling with kids can be hard, but as parents we want these trips to be fun and memorable for our kids. The best way to make traveling trips with children memorable is to have a keepsake. The best keepsakes are those that give a true reflection of the trip. This can be a simple notebook or a journal designed for children to write and draw about the best and worst parts of their trip.
Every trip, whether long or short, has some down time. For parents this downtime can be a nightmare because we have to find an activity for kids to do, just to stop them from nagging or saying they are bored. Journal writing or drawing about a trip is the best downtime activity. Children can even read pages they completed months or a year ago, to reflect on their past trips. Check out “All the Places I Have Been: Kids Travel Journal“.
Take a Peek Inside “All the Places I Have Been: Kids Travel Journal”
This travel log was created by The Unabashed Traveler. Designed for children to document the travel days and vividly remember the big and small things about their childhood vacations.
The journal can easily fit in your carry-on luggage and is the perfect accessory to keep kids entertained during downtime.
Make Christmas educational and fun with this holiday tradition. Unwrap a book a day, read 25 children’s storybooks, one for each day in December before Christmas. To participate wrap 25 children’s picture books in gift wrap and let the children choose a book to unwrap every day. Read the book as a bedtime story or during a structural storytime. I enjoy the glow in a child’s eyes when they open up a gift, the glow is even brighter when they listen to a story about the magic of Christmas. This can be done at home, church, or a traditional school (please be understanding of parents who do not celebrate holidays if you plan to do a Christmas book reading event at your school). #25DaysofChristmasBooks
Celebrate a diverse Christmas with these storybooks for kids. These children’s picture books feature African American characters and even a black Santa. This list will help you celebrate the importance of Black characters and families depicted in a positive light through Christmas stories.
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Our 2021 Christmas book highlight is “The Elf who couldn’t Read” written by Sonica Ellis and illustrated by Harriet Rodis.
Perfectly themed for Christmas “The Elf who couldn’t Read” helps children overcome their reading fears as they go on a Christmas adventure with Jingles. Jingles is tasked with helping Santa read the Christmas list, however, Jingles does not know how to read yet. Young readers get to help Jingles sound out words. A well-written story that will keep children engaged during Christmas storytime.
Sometimes it is difficult to find winter holiday books that are not just about Santa. The books on this list will bring Hanukkah joy to children in the form of beautifully written and illustrated children’s books. Enjoy these Hanukkah books!
Unabashed Kids Media is happy to announce the release of “I is for Imani!: A Kwanzaa Alphabet Book” written by Kerice Robinson. Learn about the celebration of Kwanzaa with this brightly colored holiday letter book. Children will go through each letter in the alphabet and learn how it relates to the principles of Kwanzaa.
“I is for Imani” teaches kids about Kwanzaa in a fun and easy to digest way. Simple ABCs of Kwanzaa book. The book has a word for every letter in the alphabet and relates the words to Kwanzaa. The book also gives a simple and kid-friendly definition of each word. Purchase on Amazon or Google Play.
Take a Peek Inside: “I is for Imani!”
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