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This past weekend our family took a roadtrip to Chicago (6 hours from the Twin Cities). This was a bit of an adventure for a family with a baby and a toddler. But with hours in the car we did not leave our devotions at home. I needed as many boredom-busters as I could get my hands on, so let’s just say I brought our devotions on the road for some sanity-saving. Here are some tools you could use for devotions on the road.
I cannot say enough about Dan and Louie Bible Stories. They are an audio Bible for Toddlers. Be warned, it’s super old school, but my toddler LOVES them. On our last road trip we spent hours listening to these guys. They are a worthy investment for sure.
Music is another easy Baby Devo roadtrip hack. We love the Pequeños Heroes Album by Generacion 12 Kids, because the songs teach the story. For English speakers, the songs are available on You Tube in the Little Big Heroes videos, which animate the stories. Haven’t seen the album in English yet, but you can check out my Best Christian Kids Bands for more English suggestions and Spanish Kids Praise Bands for more Spanish suggestions.
If you’ve followed my blog at all, you know we love Melissa and Doug Reusable Stickers. And did you kno they have a Bible Edition? I had no idea until I started researching for this post. You can find it here: Reusable Sticker Pads: Bible Edition.
Also, get yourself some magnets. They are a roadtrip game-changer: Bible Story Magnets.
If you’re going through a scenic area, look out the window. What can your toddler see. God made it all. Play i-spy to name various items you see.
Make some Magnetic Crayons and get some coloring pages. I’m not always a huge fan of coloring pages and worksheets, but they have their place. I have a Coloring Page Pinterest Board you can feel free to follow or get some inspiration from. Otherwise, the Baby Believer Counting Primer and Coloring Book Combo is an awesome option.