LEGO Travel Toys and Accessories
My four-year old son, John, is now officially LEGO-obsessed. I’m thinking ahead for our future travels and researching LEGO Travel Toys. Here are some great ones I’ve found. Do you have any LEGO Travel Toys to add that have been winners for you? Share in the comments below! If you’re a blogger and have a post about LEGO Travel Toys too, feel free to a link to your post!
This is something I’ll definitely try. I think instead of a lunch box I’ll use a small pencil box. This is because most of the time we will be using it for airplane travel, and a pencil box is smaller in size and easier to fit in our travel bag. If we were doing more road trips, I would opt for the larger box. If you look on Pinterest, there are many websites that share how to make these. Here is one with easy-to-follow steps from hip2save. If you do want to use a lunch box for this project, here’s one with a LEGO theme: LEGO City Nights Lunchbox.
If you’re like me, and don’t even want to mess with a glue gun, get these self-adhesive base plates! You’ll still need to cut them to size, but this looks so easy to just peel and stick!
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My son loves opening these little blind bags. They come with just one Lego Minifigure. These would be great to pull out of your bag to add some excitement when your child really starts to get bored in flight.
In my searching, I thought it would be fun in the weeks before a flight to build up enthusiasm with a LEGO Airport! This is the only one I found that isn’t discontinued. I love the airplane with the rolling ramp stand for boarding!
I like to pack mini flashlights in our travel busy bag. It can literally brighten a kid’s day during a flight delay on a late night. This LEGO Ninjago Key Light is fun, because it can be used as a both a toy and a light.
I like to pack books for flights, but I always choose carefully to make sure I’m not just adding weight to our busy bag. This LEGO City book looks good for a thin and lightweight option. Pack this airport-themed book for your LEGO-loving child!
If your child is in love with LEGO, you may want to add a few of these fun items:
My kids, at ages 9 and 4, are finally old enough that we can consider taking carry-on luggage and not checking our bags. (It’s just much simpler when they are small to check bags and bring backpacks only on the flight.) I’m thinking about getting this LEGO Batman Rolling Suitcase for my four-year-old John sometime this year. I think he would love it!
Always bring a small blanket or shawl for yourself and for the kids when you travel. This post tells five things I always pack, even if I expect the airline to provide them. A blanket is one of the five. 5 Things You Should Always Pack (Even If the Airline Provides Them).
Wouldn’t it be so much fun to stay at this LEGO house? Check out this review from TravelingMom.
Okay, I think that is enough LEGO for now! It’s pretty fun looking for a theme for your busy bag. I never really tried it before. Have you ever done a themed busy bag? Do you have any fun LEGO travel ideas to add? Comment below or on our Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter pages.