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||Parenting Site GOLD Seal Award from American Baby Contest. March,
Today (June 11, 2003)
Do roadtrips featuring endless rounds of "Punchbuggy," "The Name Game"
and "99 Bottles of Beer" make you ache for a portable day-care center?
It's time for MomsMinivan.com. This site strives to make cruising with
kids fun, or at least somewhat tolerable. Print out cards for bingo games,
find instructions for making finger-string figures, and learn how to make
a cootie catcher (which should come in handy for those truckstop restrooms.)
Carsick kids? They've got help for that too.
Doc Trish's Award for 2002 "Excellence in Internet Information"
Golden Web Award for 2002-2003 Presented by The International Association
of Web Masters and Designers
ChildAvenue.com site of
the week for October 8, 2001
award for June 5th
your site is friendly to kids and parents."
"We have presented you with
our coveted and distinguished key site award. This award is known throughout
the internet as representing a site that is of high quality and well suited
for kids and parents."
& Dinky Certified Cool Site Award
Sites4Moms recently selected MomsMinivan.com for it's award for
Family Friendly content and gave us a nice review that you can read here:
101 Car Games
Vol. 2 No. 25 06/19/2001
That cumbersome symbol of
the American family, the
minivan now has its own
website. Only in America, I
say. Iím not making fun
of them I have one. What I
like is that this site is
not discriminatory; it is an
equal opportunity kid appeaser.
(If there is such a
word.) This is the time
of year when you get to find
out just how roomy those
vans are or arenít as the
case may be. If you donít
have a van, television for
the car or are just plain
nervous about traveling
1,000 miles with children,
you need this site!
The web host has done a great
job compiling travel
games by age. Babies can
definitely travel by car.
They are too young to say,
ďHeís touching me!Ē If
your kids are older and
less tolerant many more ideas
are here too. We personally
have used the tinfoil
modeling idea. It is great!
A generic roll of tinfoil is
cheap and the kids had a
This site is a must see because
traveling across town can
be a hair raising
ďadventureĒ and I use that
term loosely. Until next time.
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"Ah, the summer road trip.
It's a less expensive alternative for the family vacation. The only trouble
is, most kids hate being trapped in the car for a long time. It's hot,
crowded and boring. You can only play travel Monopoly so many times, right?
Family road trips can be a wonderful learning and bonding experience -
if you know how to do it right. I stumbled across a fabulous site that
has all kinds of information and ideas for making a summer road trip fun.
They have game and activity ideas by age group and some traveling FREEBIES!
Check out the site and let me know what you think! Moms Minivan.com"