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Road Trip Printables for Kids: Alphabet I Spy

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As you are your kids prepare to take a long drive on your next vacation, be sure to pack things to keep them busy in the car!

I have created several fun road trip printables for kids, including this Alphabet I Spy game.

road trip printables for kids

Click the image above to download the road trip printables for kids!

About the Road Trip Printables for Kids:

This one is simple – as you are on your trip, simply look on billboards, buildings, in cars, etc to find something for each letter of the alphabet.  You can see who can fill up their sheet first or you can write children’s names across the top and see who can do the complete alphabet first..

Personally, I print out a stack of them and stick them in a storage clipboard!

  1. Looking for more?  You can find all road trip printables for kids here.
  2. Plus, I have a big list of 36 other road trip printables!

My Favorite Road Trippin’ Products:

Don’t stress over your next road trip!  The following Etsy (aff link) items will help you get organized (and have fun). ?

Road Trip Planner Stickers

Road Trip Planning Pages

Road Trip Journal for Kids

This is my Road Trip Shirt

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More Travel Games for Kids:

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Wednesday 30th of November 2016

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stephanie

Saturday 31st of May 2014

Love this! Thanks for sharing at After School!

aprila

Thursday 29th of May 2014

thanks for this great printable. Thanks for linking up at Tell Me About It Tuesday. We hope you hop over and share with us again next week.

Meeghan

Tuesday 27th of May 2014

Thanks for the great idea and the printables! I am pinning to my alphabet board!

Dianna @ The Kennedy Adventures

Monday 26th of May 2014

This is a great idea! We're going to Florida later this fall and we will give this a try to keep the kids occupied!

Thanks for linking this great resource up with the Thoughtful Spot!