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Free Printables: 15 Mazes

Mazes are wonderful entertainment on the go, and The Trip Clip makes it possible to print hundreds or even thousands of unique mazes that are just right for your child! Simply refresh the page and a new maze will be … Continue reading

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Free Printable: Chores for 4-5 Year Olds

There are lots of opinions out there about whether or not kids should do chores, which chores are appropriate, and whether or not kids should get paid for them. I think the most important thing is that kids do as … Continue reading

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Free Printable: Baseball Packing List

If you have a kid who plays sports, you know how much time and energy goes into trying to make sure they have all the right gear at every game and practice. A great way to make this easier for … Continue reading

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Free Printable: Airport Bingo

Airport bingo board is a great way to fill the time between security and boarding the plane. This is one of my kids’ favorites Trip Clip Activities. Print for FREE! You can also edit the board, and print a new … Continue reading

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Free Printables: Easter Activities

These activities are great for keeping your kids entertained while celebrating the holiday. Click here to print them for free! You can also use The Trip Clip website to customize any of these activities to make them just right for … Continue reading

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Free Printable: Chores Bingo

Chores Bingo is a great way to mix things up and make chores more fun. Unlike daily assigned chores, this bingo board lets kids try — and learn! — different jobs. It works surprisingly well for spreading the work load and keeping … Continue reading

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Free Printable: Packing List

A picture packing list is a great way to teach your kids important life skills! For younger kids, make the list for them and let them collect and pack the items themselves (just be sure to double check their work!). … Continue reading

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