May 11, 2013

Make Family Trips Fun with the Inspired Vacation Journal - Review on Mom Loves 2 Read

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Learning takes place in school, but also in everyday life. The Inspired Pencil knows that you can teach your children writing skills without a homework battle or nagging when you sneak the learning into their world. Secrets of the Pencil reveals how we have carefully crafted our writing activities using research and best practices in education.
So, when planning for that next family vacation - why not take an Inspired Vacation Journal along for each child.  You children will enjoy being able to create their own lasting memories in their personal journal.
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Are you looking forward to Summer Vacations with the kiddos?  How about those long car rides where you try to entertain them, but don't necessarily want them playing video games the whole way?  Do your kids argue with each other the whole way? or do they get along well on vacation?

Here is a great way to engage their minds, make family vacations both fun and educational, and help them develop writing skills, attention to detail and memory recall.

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My Review
My daughter Allison (age 8) decided to try her Inspired Vacation Journal on our Spring Break Trip to St. Louis.  She started by filling in the first few pages as we began our trip. She continued through most of the car ride to do as many of the fun-filled pages as she could along the way.  She even showed her little sister how to do a few in her book as well.  During our trip and after we returned home, she finished her book and was so happy and proud to show it off to myself and her daddy.  She explained everything she did in the book and told us how much fun it was to do.  She asked if she could do another one for our summer trip to Wisconsin Dells.
My son, who will turn 12 this summer, opted to wait to use his Inspired Vacation Journal on our summer trip, or possibly for his first ever Week long Boy Scout Camp.  He has already looked through the book and has planned how he will fill it out.
The Inspired Vacation Journals are fun for kids to do and gives them exciting ways to share their personal ideas, drawings, and more with friends and family.  It makes a great keepsake for when they are older.
You can find the Inspired Vacation Journal and other fun kid-friendly activities at http://www.inspiredpencil.com/

I received one or more books or products in the post above for review purposes only. I was in no way required to write a positive review. All my reviews are my honest and personal opinion.  If you have any questions or comments, please see my FTC disclosure or Review Policy.

1 comment:

  1. I wanted to stop by and thank you for adding your blog to our Sunday Collective!! I think this journaling about a vacation in a cute book would be wonderful, kinda like almanacs of vacations. Great conversations later on all in one place.

    Hope you have a safe weekend, Karren
    Sunday Collective #12

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