Treat box for traveling. one per kid, no refills. Tackle box....great idea!

Lunch Bento Boxes ... ideas for kids and adults!

10 Brilliant Car Hacks for Moms- Great ideas to make the car ride easier for moms:)

I saw a little girl playing with one of these in a restaurant for a long, long time! Her gramma brings it with her when she visits and changes it up everytime! Great idea!

Road Trip Snack Boxes for Kids - I made these for this summer's trip and it was a huge hit. I found the boxes in the craft section at Wal-Mart and included a variety of salty and sweet treats. Then on each leg of our trip (divided up into 1-2 hour increments), they could choose one or two things to eat. Very convenient on us as parents and the kids love it, too.

Make your own lunchables in a sandwich box...Much healthier and cheaper than Oscar Mayer ones...

This site has all kinds of traveling ideas for kids.

Travel Medicine cabinet

Tooth receipt. So you can remember when they lost them. Love it!

With 4 kids this is much easier option for packing snacks on a road trip or even just to the park. They can be passed around and no complaints that "ewww so and so touched my snack!" It's a great way for me to repurpose my creamer bottles and I can save some cash on constantly buying snack bags.

On the go Crayon Box - soap box, post it, and crayons! Perfect to keep in the purse!

Since most kids dump out the bottle of bubbles halfway through, this makes perfect sense...and you won't be too mad because it costs pennies ;) - perfect for next summer

I have to get a couple of these!!! Easy Change Artwork Frames. Holds 50 pieces of kids artwork. Only $8.95. These are at JoAnns!!

DIY Seatbelt Pillow. Good for kids and adults to get a rest on a long road trip.

Since most kids dump out the bottle of bubbles halfway through, this makes perfect sense...and you won't be too mad because it costs pennies ;) (make out of recycled laundry bottle?)

6 Tools for Building your Child's Confidence.

Super fun snack for the kids!

Butterfly Snacks..we are so doing this for preschool!