Last summer we took a 15 hour road trip to Seabrook Island, South Carolina. It was for an extended family reunion where we would get the chance to hang out on the beach for a week with relatives we hadn’t seen in years. While packing for the trip, I was looking for some activities to keep the kids occupied. As soon as I saw the National Geographic Kids Ultimate U.S. Road Trip Atlas I knew the kids would love it.
My daughter loved reading the silly laws that are in each state. As we drove through West Virginia she let us know that it was legal to take roadkill home for dinner. She thought that was hysterical. She is in a random facts stage and loves learning about odd and interesting things. So this atlas was a perfect fit.
She also liked that the there are a few pages in the back of the book that has games to play. Some of her favorites include a “find what is wrong with the picture” game and a “find all the things in picture that starts with the letter T” game. I enjoyed looking at this book as well and I will definitely be bringing it with us on our next road trip.
We also took along the National Geographic Kids National Parks Guide U.S.A.
This book contained interesting facts and beautiful pictures of the many parks that are featured in this book. While we didn’t have a chance to visit any of these parks on our roadtrip, this book makes me want to start planning our next one.
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