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We're keen on the collection from from Petit Collage. Tasteful and timeless, they have toys we know won't get old after a few minutes. As we gear up for the holidays (or maybe a very safe road trip) here are my favorite unplugged travel toys for your next trip.

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Unplugged travel toys

Monkey Magnetic Game

Magnets are your friends. They save a ton of time, allowing kids to play rather than hunting for pieces. I like the Hang On Monkey Magnetic Travel Game because it's a fun way to create word play. It's got a bit of strategy and a bit of vocabulary building. The idea is to guess your friend's secret word before the image of the monkey is complete. Get the Monkey Magnet game here.

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Littler Travelers Set

This dress up game is for kids ages 3 and up. Punch out over 25 magnetic pieces that can be mixed and matched to create multiple characters in this Little Travelers play scene. The set comes in a handy little tin with a fun background. Get your Little Travelers game here.

San Francisco Pop Out

While this set does take up a little more space than the first two, I love the idea of setting up a little "village" when your family is traveling. Simply press out the play pieces and match the numbers to create a playset that is durable enough for everyday play. It's ideal to turn a stuffy guest room into a playroom. Get the pop out here.


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