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Awesome Activities for Children

RadRoadTrips.com has provided my family with some of the best activities for children for road trips, one-on-one parent to child time, and more. The games and activities found in the travel activity books are a favorite among my children.

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Quotebox Puzzle #3 – Christmas Song
Quotebox Puzzle #3 –... To solve Quote Boxes, drop the letters from each vertical column — not...
School Supplies Crossword
School Supplies Crossword... Across: 1. To fix. 5. To take something that does not belong to you. 6. This...
Cryptogram Quote: Live for America
Cryptogram Quote: Live fo... Solution: If our country is worth dying for in time of war let...
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KenKen Puzzle Maker

KenKen Puzzle Maker...

KenKen puzzles were invited in 2004 by a Japanese math teacher. They were created to be a method for training a person’s brain. They look and feel somewhat similar to Sudoku puzzles which may also be the reason these puzzles have also been named: KenDoku, Calcudoku, and Mathdoku to name a few. Similar to Sudoku, the goal of the puzzle is to fill a grid of a certain size with unique digits per row and column of the...
Shape 2 – Dots Game Board

Shape 2 – Dots Game Board...

One child connects two of the dots with a vertical or horizontal line (no diagonals). Now your other child connects two of the dots. The children keep taking turns until a square is formed. The child who completes the square gets to put his or her initial in it, and gets to go again Keep taking turns until all the dots on the grid are connected. Count up each player’s initials on the grid. The one with the most squares...
Shape 1 – Dots Game Board

Shape 1 – Dots Game Board...

One child connects two of the dots with a vertical or horizontal line (no diagonals). Now your other child connects two of the dots. The children keep taking turns until a square is formed. The child who completes the square gets to put his or her initial in it, and gets to go again Keep taking turns until all the dots on the grid are connected. Count up each player’s initials on the grid. The one with the most squares...
Letter J – Dots Game Board

Letter J – Dots Game Board...

One child connects two of the dots with a vertical or horizontal line (no diagonals). Now your other child connects two of the dots. The children keep taking turns until a square is formed. The child who completes the square gets to put his or her initial in it, and gets to go again Keep taking turns until all the dots on the grid are connected. Count up each player’s initials on the grid. The one with the most squares...
Letter A – Dots Game Board

Letter A – Dots Game Board...

One child connects two of the dots with a vertical or horizontal line (no diagonals). Now your other child connects two of the dots. The children keep taking turns until a square is formed. The child who completes the square gets to put his or her initial in it, and gets to go again Keep taking turns until all the dots on the grid are connected. Count up each player’s initials on the grid. The one with the most squares...
Rectangles – Dots Game Board

Rectangles – Dots Game Board...

One child connects two of the dots with a vertical or horizontal line (no diagonals). Now your other child connects two of the dots. The children keep taking turns until a square is formed. The child who completes the square gets to put his or her initial in it, and gets to go again Keep taking turns until all the dots on the grid are connected. Count up each player’s initials on the grid. The one with the most squares...
Stop Sign (Dot to Dot)

Stop Sign (Dot to Dot)...

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Right Arrow (Dot to Dot)

Right Arrow (Dot to Dot)...

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