Easy to Make ID and Emergency Contact Information Cards Perfect for When You're Travelling with Children.
My kids are seasoned travellers with countless flights and road trips under their belts. They've been on dozens of flights to Florida, a trip to Italy, and countless road trips including Washington DC, Boston, Myrtle Beach, and around Canada.
For each of these trips I made my kids Emergency Contact and Information Cards.
The first type I create is wallet size and for my kids to carry.
It's especially important if your child is too young to know or remember the resort or hotel information, emergency contact numbers, or if the destination's spoken language is different than that of your child's.
The second type I make is for myself and other adults so in an emergency situation important information can be quickly and easily accessed.
I also liked to give these cards to the kids grandparents, or supervising adults during times my kids were travelling without me, especially if destination was unfamiliar to my kids.
TIP: Always grab a handful of extra airline luggage tags.
TIP: Inexpensive luggage tag laminating kits are perfect to make kids ID cards.
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Yep, just me Cathy thinking out loud about travelling with kids.