With summer having recently begun I am sure many of you will be flying with kids. This free printable airplane travel activity book for kids is filled with coloring pages, journal pages, tracing, matching, patterning and other fun ideas to keep your kids happy while onboard a flight. From the moment kids enter the airport they will begin a scavenger hunt and then move on to activity pages while on the airplane.
The Airplane Travel Activity Book:
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You guys know how often we travel internationally with our kids. With family living in two different continents we are often taking flights for as long as 22 hours at a time with children. I am always looking for travel activities. I used this book aboard our most recent travel experience and my 3 year old as well as 7 year old enjoyed the activities.
You can also choose which pages you print out according to your child’s ages. If you have an older child then print out more of the journal pages. For my 3 year old I didn’t even include the journal pages.
Here is a sneak peak of some of the activities in the free printable airplane activity book.
I printed out all the pages and then bound them. You can find my how to bind worksheets tutorial here.
The scavenger hunt is also included:
This adorable pencil case is an activity in itself. Children can unzip it all the way out and then back again. It’s really cool.
If you are looking for more activity ideas check out my airplane travel activities to keep toddlers and preschoolers busy.
If you have a baby or toddler and want to see what I pack into my carry on bag then check out my travel essentials with children and babies post.
Download the airplane travel adventure book here
I include our old markers and twistable crayons just in case they get lost.
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