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Clockwise from left: Melissa and Doug Travel Memory Game ($10) has just 14 different memory boards to choose from so it is easy to carry around. The Scavenger Hunt For Kids ($7) card game will have your kids looking out for various sights and sounds on the road. We love the Brain Quest series, and this travel-specific set, Brain Quest For the Car ($11), should be a hit with your curious kids. The Klutz Kids Travel activity kit ($20) is packed with markers, crafts, and other games to keep tots occupied. Have youngsters ask the classic Magic 8 Ball ($10) all the burning questions and the kids will be entertained for an hour. The Everything Kids Travel Activity Book ($9) is another book that's filled to the brim with entertaining activities. There's always time to play a quick game of Bananagrams ($15) since the game's banana bag makes it perfect for toting.

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