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Non-Tech Travel Games For the Rest of the Holidays

The Thanksgiving rush is over, but you may still be in need of strategies for keeping the kids entertained during the rest of your holiday travel. While iPhones and iPads are always a help in keeping the lil ones occupied, sometimes a good old-fashioned activity book or board game also means hours of fun. Here are some great non-tech ways to entertain your brood in the coming weeks.

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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