Travel Journal

Today on My Craft Table its all about travel journals. We may be home bound for the next month but we can travel still travel in memories or dreams or even virtual .

What should a travel journal include?Travel journals help you to write and document about the experience you had during your trips. You can include the written description of the place that you have visited, list down your itinerary, the photos that you took during your trip and even voice recordings that you have made during your time.

10 Travel Journal Ideas To Inspire You

  • Why are you going? Not every trip needs an explanation and not every vacation needs a justification. …
  • Write about your expectations. …
  • What are you going to do? …
  • Write about the people. …
  • Write about the food. …
  • The ups and the downs. …
  • Write about yourself. …
  • Write a travel guide.

I am starting mine with these pages :

I found some old picture from college when I travel ed to Europe. These antique scrapbook paper is a great complement to my old fading pictures. On the next page I will be including pictures, stubs and some thoughts on the trip. Lisa

But can be made simple with this ” .

This system works great with kids. It’s an inexpensive ring bound index card that kids could decorate and jot down there thoughts. Perfect size to carry around in a backpack. Perfect companion too Thursday Map lesson. Or in my case travel thoughts i jot down . Lisa

Try a virtual Field trip :

The Louvre

Teaching the kids French? Oui! Let’s go to France. The Louvre is world famous for its architecture and the invaluable art it houses in more than 650,000 square feet of space. Tour the Louvre’s many corridors. Navigate this site’s many virtual tours of the Louvre to explore the museum’s exhibition rooms and galleries.

Buckingham Palace

Hop across the pond to take a panoramic virtual tour of Buckingham Palace. From the grand staircase to the art room, the visuals are give you a great perspective of the grandeur of the majestic residence.

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