Planning a family trip? I know I am – all the time literally! The travel bug has bit my kids too and we just can’t wait to go off again. And today, let me tell you a wonderful way to involve your travel-loving kids in every aspect of traveling.
Singapore Guide and Scrapbook from The Little Travel Bug
The Little Travel Bug has come up with lovely guide books that also double as a travel album and scrapbook that are perfect for young wanderers. The kids loved reading their Singapore Guide and Scrapbook and you will soon know why!
Make the Most Out of Your Travel Experience
Designed for travel loving kids of all ages, The Little Travel Bug books will keep company before, during and after your travel. In colorful pages with eye-catching illustrations, the kids can know more about the country they are about to visit. The book is also filled with useful travel tips that will help plan and execute your travel better.
My kids had a wonderful time browsing through the updated information on all the major attractions in Singapore. From iconic landmarks to Wildlife adventures to Edutainment centers, the books lists them all with the cutest illustrations.
Learn More As You Travel
And what’s more, the guidebook aims to educate your children so wonderfully about each country. Do you know what the national flag of the last country you visited looks like? Or what their National Anthem sounds like? Would the children know where the country lies on the world map? The Singapore Guide and Scrapbook starts by pointing out the place on the World Map and then tells them about the origin in an interesting story-telling manner. Then come the fun facts, weather, what to wear, how to travel, money and time difference between our countries and a whole lot more! All of this, once again, with pretty illustrations. No travel website on the internet can make this info so much fun!
Within an hour or so, my kids were discussing the time in Singapore and exploring the similarities between our festivals. Now I really don’t remember any other country they know so much about – including the ones we have visited! The Little Travel Bug are aimed at making your children more informed and they totally succeeded in doing that.
Fun Activities to Do While Traveling
Did I not mention that the books will keep the kids company even DURING their travels? I loved this feature of the book. Right from the time their plane is landing to visiting the various places of interest, the book has numerous activities for the kids to do. Every activity will, in a fun way, test their knowledge and further reinforce in their minds, what they have just seen and experienced. After completing each activity, they are likely to remember everything for a much, much longer time.
The kids can either carry the book and do the activities when they are relaxing in the hotel rooms at the end of each day. We anyways plan our travels with a lot of relaxing time and try not to make the days hectic. Or they can also complete them after they are back. A lovely way to revisit the entire vacation. Either way you do it, the activities are an excellent idea in my opinion!
A Perfect Souvenir Post-Vacation
So the book is titled Singapore Guide and Scrapbook. That’s right. The book is also a really comprehensive vacation scrapbook in itself. It has dedicated pages to stick mementos of the travel like their boarding pass and pictures of different experiences. The dedicated photo pages also remind them to click pictures of interesting experiences like the food and the journal pages encourage them to write about their experience.
So your children are going to find the book inseparable right from the planning stages of the travel to years later when it will remind them of their cherished, fun-filled memories.
Highly Recommended Children’s Travel Books
Our Singapore Guide and Scrapbook by The Little Travel Bug has become a family favorite. Our travel loving family has spent lovely moments pouring over each page and imagining all the wonderful experiences we will have. The kids are rich in their knowledge about Singapore and are already practicing their salutations in the local language. My 8 and 13 year old loved reading it and pointing out the fun stuff to their 3 year old sister. The activities are particularly of interest to my 8 year old.
It is such a fun way to get the kids excited and involved in your next vacation. The concept, by Kavita Deshpande, is brilliant and has been executed to perfection with illustrations by Happy Fish. Globetrotting Mamas, check out the collection and pick one for your next destination!