Vacation can be so overwhelming, and you don’t want to miss a single moment! And I for sure don’t want the kids to come home with full minds, yet unable to remember how awesome our time was. So, I wrote some prompts and questions in their vacation journals I made.
They’re only nine, so a little prompting is good. It”ll get their minds flowing, and I threw in a few random questions to answer just to make it fun.
At the top of each page, I wrote: Date:__________ and Park:____________________
Then, the following questions:
My high today was:
My low today was:
The ride we waited longest for today was:
The ride with the shortest wait was:
My favorite food I ate today:
My favorite memory from today was when
List the characters we saw today.
Then, for each day, I also added one random question such as:
A character I am hoping to see is:
A new ride I might try is:
The ride I could go on over and over again is________________ because
I would stand in line, no matter how long, for
Something I NEVER want to forget about our vacation is
If I worked at Disney, I would be ___________ because
If I could only visit one Disney park, it would be _________________ because
My favorite mode of Disney transportation is________________________
Three questions I would ask Walt Disney are
So far, my favorite resort is_____________________ because
Then, I wrote them a small note, telling them how excited I was to be going on this vacation with them and how fun it’s going to be.
I’ll have them work on these during down time the resort, or even on the drive down or back from Florida.
How do you preserve vacation memories, other than in photos?