Fun and Accessible Travel Games To Relieve Kids' Boredom

Here's the surest way to keep your kids under control while in the car. They are also a great way for the kids to have fun and get to know each other better. Use some imagination and the games can be adapted for home or classroom use with your blind or visually impaired students.

Click this link to visit this FamilyFun: Fun website. See also Road Trip Games from this kid-friendly website.

101 Things to Do When There's Nothing to Do

Forgot to toss toys in your purse? Carry-on consigned to the cargo hold? Long waiting-room stay used up all your distractions? No matter how organized the parent, there will always come a time when your child will rely on you for distraction, just you and you alone. What do you do when you're stuck without props? Here are 101 informal activities that use nothing more than your clothing, your accessories, and whatever wits you have about you. If your child has a particularly short attention span or low tolerance for boredom, you may have to run through a whole string of these -- but finally, the time will pass.

Click this link to read the article 101 Things to Do When There's Nothing to Do.


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