Photo Friday: Travel Toys

Eilan and Dixie Cups - a match made in heaven
Eilan and Dixie Cups - a match made in heaven

We're pretty scrappy when it comes to travel toys, but sometimes I'm surprised at what we discover. On our Thanksgiving vacation, dixie cups were the thing of the moment with the kids building towers, castles and pyramids and then laughing hysterically as they knocked them all down.

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      1. Keryn @ Walking on Travels

        http://walkingontravels.com/
        November 30, 2012 at 7:02 p.m.

        Dek would TOTALLY be into the dixie cups, especially knocking them down. It is all about building it big just to destroy it these days. Does that every actually end for little boys though? His dad still loves to do it with him :-)

      2. Danielle (Bubs on the Move)

        http://www.bubsonthemove.com/
        December 1, 2012 at 2:11 a.m.

        This is a good, practical tip for travel play. Am going to use it myself next time we are staying in a hotel room and we are toyless.

      3. Puerto de Mogan Apartments

        http://www.mogan-apartments.com/
        December 3, 2012 at 9:50 p.m.

        That is a cool idea to keep the kids busy for a long long time especially when you have nothing else to offer in a new place! One of my friend's daughter loves drawing so they keep her busy with some color pencils & a paper. But you can't quite expect boys to sit quiet! :D

        Thanks!

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