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Travel Kit - Age 3 & Up

Travel Kit - Age 3 & Up

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  • READY TO GO! This pack has what you need for your next travel adventure with your kids. Each bag is filled with a Melissa & Doug On the Go Magicolor Storybook, Chenille Sticks (aka Craft Pipe Cleaners), and an Animal Pop-Up & Sticker Coloring Book w/Crayons. “Can I have one of these, Mom?!” - Adler, Age 3
  • MAXIMIZE YOUR TIME! We believe that time is valuable in your family - just as it is in ours. Every product from Growing Hero is designed specifically to maximize your time with your kids. In our Travel Packs, you’ll find ways to enjoy the trip together while being a Hero to some of your favorite people (yes, your kids!).
  • TRIP PLANNING DONE! Don’t worry about what to take on the trip to entertain your kids; we’ve done that for you and packed it up nicely in an On-the-Go Travel Pack. We also know how much planning there is to do before a trip, so we’ve included a Travel Adventure E-Book w/a Travel Daily Planner. We are happy to do the work - that’s our job. And easy as that, you get to be the Hero!
  • PACK INCLUDES: Carry & Storage Bag, Melissa & Doug Magicolor Storybook - Mess Free Coloring w/4 Markers (Markers are clear except on the special paper included! No messes in the car or on the plane.), Chenille Sticks to make flowers/animals/shapes/etc, Black & White Animal Fun Coloring Book w/Stickers (Book has fun & unique pop-up pages that kids love!), 8-Pack Crayola Crayons and a Travel E-Book with tips, a daily planner & printable games for your voyage.
  • MAKING A DIFFERENCE: Every purchase you make from Growing Hero has a 30-Day Satisfaction Guarantee. We want you to love being a Parent Hero! If you are not fully satisfied with your purchase, we will refund you or send a replacement. Plus, with every pack you buy, Growing Hero will give back to those in need through I Pour Life - an organization giving a hand UP to people striving to attain sustainability on their own. That’s a hero too, don’t you think?