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With a 5 hour road trip on our horizon, I’m on the search for on the go entertainment for kids. I recently downloaded the new Disney Pixar Cars Daredevil app and my 5 year old loves it! He has always been a huge fan of Disney Pixar Cars, so it was fun for him to be able to interact with the characters. I created a busy bag activity to match, using our Disney Pixar Cars die-cast vehicles. Logan will be able to play the app on the road and be entertained with the busy bag at the hotel. Aside from our road trip, I think I’ll be using this app and busy bag for doctor appointments and restaurants. Anything that will keep the kids happy and entertained is a huge win in my book!
Disney Pixar Cars Die-Cast Vehicles
Disney Pixar Cars Daredevil App
Black Stiff Felt
White Crayon or Puff Paint
Free Road Printable
Step 1: Head to Toys “R” Us and purchase exclusive Die-Cast vehicles. We picked Green Ramone, Lightening McQueen and Corsa.
Step 2: Print the free printable roads.
Step 3: Cut out the roads from the printable. You can print on cardstock and use these roads for play or keep reading for further instructions if you’d like to make more lasting roads.
Step 4: Use a white crayon to trace the road printables on black stiff felt.
Step 5: Use a white crayon or white puff paint to draw dashes on the streets.
Step 6: Place velcro on the bottom of the lid, as shown in the photos below.
Step 7: Place velcro underneath cars and attach to the lid for storage, as shown in the photo below. You can store the road pieces inside the box.
Step 8: Your child can put together the road pieces and drive the cars over them.
Step 9: Download the free Cars Daredevil App. The app as currently being compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus. Simply download the app from the Apple iTunes store.
Step 10: Don’t forget to scan your die cast cars into the game by following the in-app instructions.
I’ve shared my tips for keeping my kiddos busy while on-the-go. What do you do to keep your kids entertained while on-the-go?
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