This, my friend, is the last post of the A-Z Challenge. Which will be published, the very last day of the A-Z Challenge. A month where I spent most of the time 4-6+ posts behind. But, I did it. With HOURS to spare. I have 26 (TWENTY SIX, YES, I’M SCREAMING!!) travel journal prompts for kids, with a post about them, and a free download.
Please make sure you take some time and visit my main A-Z Challenge post and download all of the letters soon. By the end of May there will only be two ways to access them – by subscribing to my newsletter and downloading them individually, or paying a small to get them all in one email to download all at once as one document. Yippee!
Kid’s Travel Journal: Z is for Zig-Zag
This may seem like a cop out. But this is just a doodle page for the travel journal.
And it’s not a cop-out.
This is where the kids can use their imaginations to draw any ole zig zag that catches their eye. Maybe the previous 25 prompts missed something they really wanted to remember. Maybe there was a prompt that they wanted to get into more detail about. Or maybe you printed out the journal and they’re working on it and making it look like they’re doing something.
This is a break.
This is freedom.
Not just their freedom. But, my freedom, too.
This is the last post for 2016’s A-Z Challenge for the Travel Journal Prompts. I’ll have one more post coming soon where I sum up some of my thoughts about my experience this year.
But, I need a vacation.
Go ahead and print this last one (
click on the image below to get the download page) and have fun with it. Thank you for following along. Seriously. Stick around. While I will take a small break from the daily posts, I have lots of cool posts coming up about travel and books and travel books.
OH – and if you use them, let me know how you like them. I’d love to see!
Update: The download is now only accessible for newsletter subscribers. Subscribe here. Subscribers also get access to the resource library which includes free downloads once a month. If you’re still looking for something to download on this page, I created a one-sheet list of the prompts created for this challenge. Click on the image to download