The Original KidKit – portable fun when traveling with kids

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Whether you’re on a road trip headed to the lake, a six hour plane ride, or just looking for activities for your kid while you’re waiting for a sibling at practice, the Original KidKit is all kinds of fabulous.


The Original Kid Kit is a portable “kit” full a ton of different activities for kids ages 3 to 9.  It incorporates all the things that kids like to do.  Drawing, games, stickers, puzzles, and tons more of activities.  And it all fits into one pretty small little tote allowing for easy transport.


One of the best parts of the the kit is that it comes with a “smart sleeve: which is essentially a sleeve for the activity book where one side of it is a clear plastic and the other side is made of a chalk board material.  Along with the sleeve the kit includes a dry erase pen with eraser built in lid  as well as chalk.  This allows the children to work through the activity book page by page, erasing as they go and then re-use it the next time they are out an about.  LOVE THAT!!!


It was nice that they have activity books split into two different age groups.  One group is for the 3-6 year olds and then other set is for the 7-9 year olds.  This allows for more age appropriate learning and activities as well as the ability to change out the booklets when your child has made his or her way through it!  From Mom’s point of view I really appreciated the amount of activities in each kit and the fact it kept my daughter occupied for hours.  Definitely recommend The Original KidKit for your next family travel or if you’re just looking to occupy your child during some down time.

DISCLOSURE: The Original KidKit provided me a kit for my child to try out.  All savvy opinion and my own. 

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  1. This is adorable! I definitely need to try this as we try to “unplug” more while in transit.

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