For kids visiting Egypt, capturing memories and learning on the go becomes simpler with the Kids’ Travel Journal & Activity Book. This journal is specifically designed to cater to young travelers, offering structured sections to chronicle their daily experiences, from the bustling markets of Cairo to the quiet majesty of ancient temples.
Apart from the journaling aspect, the book has dedicated activity sections that delve into Egypt’s rich culture and history. Puzzles, drawing prompts, and a basic guide to some Arabic phrases are included, allowing children to engage more deeply with their surroundings and learn in a fun, interactive manner.
One unique feature is the compartments designed for keepsakes. Whether it’s a ticket from a Nile cruise, a postcard from a local market, or a sketch of the Pyramids, everything finds a neat spot. This ensures that by the end of the trip, the journal becomes a comprehensive record, combining personal reflections with tangible mementos.
Back home, this journal isn’t just a collection of memories; it’s an educational resource. The details penned down during the trip, combined with the book’s activities, can spark discussions and further exploration about Egypt’s vibrant culture and storied past.
In total, the Kids’ Travel Journal & Activity Book offers a blend of memory-making and learning. It’s more than just a diary; it’s a tool that enhances a child’s travel experience, ensuring they not only observe but also engage and understand the wonders of Egypt.
This book contains the following:
1. page emergency contacts and lost journal information.
2. pages of travel checklists (you can write down the items your child will need and check them off as you pack).
2. pages of addreses (your kids can send postcards from Egypt).
2. pages for imaginative storytelling (image of a classical egyptian drawing with prompt to create a story)
3. activity pages (draw the flag, drawing a map of Egypt, and coin tracing).
3. simple kids games (Basic Arabic phrases, word search, and unscrambling words).
8. blank pages for kids travel drawings. (We imagine children drawing pictures from their trip to Egypt)
4. pages to attach tickets (trains, planes, etc).
7. images to color. (classic Egyptian imagey for coloring)
20 pages for journaling.