I’m currently looking for fantastic linkups for your travels and other free downloads…

First ones to check out:

1.  Coloring Pages 101:  Countless number of free coloring pages…any topic you’d desire!

2.  DLKT’s Custom Bingo Cards.  Create your own Bingo cards with cute theme of your choosing.  Different difficulty levels available.

3.  Nick Jr:  Free printables according to your child’s favorite shows.  Coloring pages, activity sheets, door hangers, connect the dots, printable books, etc.  A large variety to choose from.

4. Thousands of printables based on skill set, art or music, coloring, holidays, and games and puzzles.  I like this site because you can also select your child’s age and only see printables based on their age.

5.  Coloring pages for travel games–mazes, travel memory, and travel bingo.

6.  Free  Travel games that include mazes, car bingo, tic-tac-toe, hangman

7.  Printable   Wow…all kinds of cool maps to print.  Available for all different parts of the world.  Check out the page for US Maps to use on a roadtrip across the states.

8.  Lil’ Freebies include I spy sheet, train maze, coloring page, memory

9.  Mr. Printables, an amazing website filled with all kinds of free printables for families.  See my post about this site here.

10.  Family Coloring pages, Hidden picture–find the diamond {love this one}, Find the difference, Puzzles, Mazes, Matching Games.

11.  Activity Village:  Wow…Love this site from the UK.  Coloring pages, Lacing Cards, Puzzles, Car Games, Educational including Handwriting, and Kids’ Jokes.


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Cheri February 17, 2012 at 12:57 pm

Great! Now I don’t have to search for these!


Cheri March 11, 2013 at 2:29 pm

I just printed Spring Bingo cards! That is a super easy site! You can choose holidays, seasons, children’s, time, shapes, numbers, sight words, you name it!! You can even plug in your own words, like spelling words if you wanted. I did mine in black and white so that they can also color them themselves. I made multiple boards easily too by just clicking back one and telling it to print another board and they rearrange the squares so it’s changed up for the next kid. It also generates the callout sheet for you. Love it! I think I’ll go do another set with a different theme!

Laura, what ideas might you have of how to mark this in the car? I could laminate them and use dry erase markers but then they couldn’t color them. What do you think?


Laura March 14, 2013 at 10:38 pm

I love the bingo cards too. So many different options. I love hearing what you did for your cards. One idea to mark them is to slide the cards in pocket protectors. Kids could then mark on the outside with dry erase markers or dry erase crayons, but still pull them out to color. You could also slide them in gallon size ziplocs (marking the same as above), and then hole punch the sides to keep them in a binder. You could even put them in each child’s individual binder like My Own Special Coloring Book so it is easily accessible. I’ll think on this more and let you know if I come up with any more ideas.


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