Kids Travel Journal Printable [Downloadable PDF Template] Travel journals make excellent family mementos. Get your kids started with these writing prompts and travel journal printables. Keeping a kids travel journal is not just a great way to remember the details of your trip, but it also captures those precious memories that may later be swept away in the fog of our memories. Your kid’s journal will become an heirloom more precious than any other souvenirs you can bring back from your trip. Plus, a journal is an excellent way to keep the kiddos entertained during road trips, long plane rides, and other inevitable travel downtime! While any old notebook or journal works, if you want to encourage kids to keep track of their experiences, you need to provide some travel journal ideas. Kids Travel Journal Printables One thing I’ve learned from my daughter’s teacher is that writing is easier for kids if they are given a writing prompt. To design these travel journal pages, I talked to my girl about what things she likes to remember from her travels and what types of prompts might make journaling easier. With her input I put together the following kid travel journal printable pages–including a cover and two inside pages. So if you are looking for a DIY travel journal for your kids, look no further! And if you prefer ready-made kid travel journals — keep reading because I have some options that I like down below. With this free printable travel journal cover, your child can personalize their journal with their name, indicate where on the map they are going, and record the dates of the trip. Kid Travel Journal Printable Cover Just click here to download the free PDF of the kid travel journal printable cover. I’ve also put together two interior pages. Just print as many of these (double-sided if you can) for the number of days of your trip. The first page lets your child record the date and location and choose how they felt about the day (loved it, liked it, meh, ugh, tired, or sick.) Kids can also write about what they saw, the best thing they ate, where they stayed, and their favorite part of the day. There are also icons to select how they traveled (plane, train, car, taxi, subway, boat, bike or walking) and what the weather was like (hot, sunny, partly cloudy, cloudy, rainy, snowy or cold.) Kid Travel Journal Printable – Interior Page Click here to download the interior page PDF of the kid travel journal printable. The second interior page gives plenty of room to draw a picture that represents their day, to help those that are more visual than verbal. It also provides space to write about something they learned to keep track of all the amazing education that comes through travel like facts about a place they visited, a new word in a new language, or something about the culture you are visiting. Kid Travel Journal Picture Page Click to download the PDF of the kid travel journal printable drawing page. Before you leave just print out the number of pages you need and staple it, bind it, or put it in a pocket folder with room to save ticket stubs, programs, and more. When on the road, don’t wait until the meltdown at bedtime to think about writing in journals. Stick it in your day bag along with some crayons and pencils and use it as a way to keep kids entertained while waiting to be served at restaurants or other downtime throughout the day. By the way, if you really want to get your kids involved in the travel planning as well as the travel journaling, use these vacation planner worksheets for kids! Other Kid Travel Journals Note: This post contains affiliate links. If you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small commission at no cost to you. Please see our disclosure policy for more information. All opinions are my own. Not looking for a travel journal template? Maybe a travel diary or travel journal is a better fit: Ultimate Travel Journal for Kids My friend Rob from 2TravelDads put together The Ultimate Travel Journal for Kids: Awesome Activities for your Adventures. Since he is always adventuring with his two boys, he has some great advice to share on keeping kids entertained and engaged. My Travel Journal I’m a big fan of Lonely Planet guidebooks and the Lonely Planet Kids book series, including the My Travel Journal for kids. Looking for more printables? Check out my scavenger hunts for Universal Orlando and Rome. And don’t forget to sign up for my family travel newsletter to get your free family vacation planning kit! PIN THIS FOR LATER Find this useful? Share it!PinShareTweetFlipboardEmail Written by We3Travel and was last updated on March 18, 2020. Read more about Travel Tips Related Posts Living the Lake Life at the Basin Harbor Club on Lake Champlain in Vermont My Most Important Travel Accessory What to Wear on an Alaskan Cruise [and what to leave at home] 59 Comments on “Kids Travel Journal Printable [Downloadable PDF Template]” Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Name * Email * This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Comment navigation Older Comments […] extra for moms and teachers: If you or your family are planning a trip this summer, use this fun printable travel journal ! Find an entire list of fun travel printables […] Reply Thank you Reply Many thanks! Sincerely appreciate the free downloads. Your time & talent is appreciated. Reply […] Create Travel Journal – Free Printables […] Reply These look fab, I’ve pinned to print off in the pre-holiday panic Reply Thank you for creating theses pages We3Travel, they are beautiful! I’m just seeing this while on a trip in Spain without printing facilities, but will be using thes on our next trips! Reply I’m so glad you like them! Have a great trip. We loved visiting Spain a few years ago. Reply My Daughters School (Palm Valley Elem) shared this for as a summer activity! I am so glad they did!! this is exactly what I was looking for for my 8 year old! she needs the writing prompts! I am going to add them to a journal and add a few “pockets” for her to add ticket stubs etc Reply That’s great!! I made this a few years ago and I feel like I should update it but glad it still works for others! Reply Love your travel pages, but they would not print for me. Am taking my 10 yr old grand and parents to the Jersey Shore in July and making a list of crafty and fun activities to do with her. Since your pages won’t print, they have still given me an idea of making a simple journal with her and use your ideas as prompts for her to write and sketch. Thanks for the cool ideas. Reply I’m so sorry to hear they wouldn’t print for you. Were you able to download them or did you have trouble accessing them? Reply Would like to be able to change the size to smaller sizes to fit in 4 1/2″W x 6 1/2″ L journals. If I could open in jpg file, I could change sizes. Reply I only just discovered this now! It looks great and I’ll definitely save it for when our 4-year old is a little bit bigger. We homeschool and this is a great idea to save those precious memories. Thank you so much for sharing this! Reply I hope you like it! Reply I love it! I think I’ll create something similar for museum visits and other field trips we do 🙂 Reply That’s a great idea! Reply […] and covers. Kathy King has some crisp, clean printables on her site. I loved the look of the printables at We3Travel because kids can even record their feelings about the day by choosing emojis. I love fun with […] Reply Thank you. Very cute. Reply […] I made the addition of these travel journal pages which will keep my daughter engaged AND help with writing practice! They are from we3travel.com – here is the link. […] Reply Thanks! This is just what I was looking for and i think my kids will love it! Reply Comment navigation Older Comments Get your free Family Vacation Planning Kit Sign up for our newsletter and receive a Family Vacation Planning Kit! We3Travel.com will use the information you provide on this form to send you newsletters. You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the link in the footer of any email you receive from us, or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. 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