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Kids Travel Journal: D is for Dining Out
Food. Food. Food.
Most people I know who travel without kids love traveling because of the food. The two go hand in hand.
Most families I know who want to travel with kids, especially little kids, don’t because of the food. It is, after probably budget and time, the number one reason I hear for families not wanting to travel with kids.
I get it. Meal time is hard. Some kids are very picky with what they eat. Some kids are randomly picky with what they eat.
I can’t tell you how to feed your particular child when you’re on a trip. I can’t force you to go on a trip with your picky kid. I do think that, perhaps, if mealtime was a little more fun then maybe the kid would be a little more adventurous. Maybe? Or at least they’d be partially entertained while sitting in a restaurant.
Thus the travel journal prompt of food. What did you eat? What’s on the menu? What’s different here compared to back home? What’s the food specialties where you are now? What do you think of it?
For the D free printable travel journal page I’m focusing on the positives. Was it breakfast, lunch, or dinner? What did you eat, and how did you like it? Kids can draw their meal on the plate, or just list it out.
Download the pdf by clicking on the image below.
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
Question for the commenters
I know a big part of the A-Z Challenge is meeting other bloggers and leaving comments. So, to help those of you leaving comments, you can either comment on something above or let me know –
I need to know. What are some of the best restaurant experiences you’ve had while traveling and where?
Every day during the challenge I’ll be linking to another participant. Today’s lucky participant is…
Shere y Paul who is writing about the A-Zs of Friesland. Which happens to be within one of my favorite countries.
Come back tomorrow to read more about E!