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Printable Children’s Activity Book
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An expedition in the Jeep 4x4 can be a great way for the family to bond over a weekend camping trip or day of off-roading. However, as anyone who’s ever sat in a car with children can tell you, it isn’t always the ride of your dreams: a bored six year old can easily become the stuff of nightmares.
For those days when you can’t handle another “are we there yet?” or you’re just looking for 15 minutes of peace, we’ve made this printable Jeep activity book. You can print the full ten page booklet for free here or from the .pdf download instructions below. You can also pick and choose only the activities you’d like to print out for your child from the image gallery. Make sure to keep a box of crayons in the glove box and a hard writing surface on hand for your next Jeep trip!
PDF Download and Printing Instructions:
Step 1: Download this .pdf file to your computer by clicking the blue hyperlink. This will open the .pdf file in a new tab in your browser
Step 2: Right click the .pdf image in the new tab and select “Print”
Step 3: In the printing dialogue box which opens, choose a “destination”. If you’d like to print the file now, choose your printer as the destination. If you’d like to save the file for later, choose “Save as PDF” as your destination
Step 4: If you have more than one child, make sure to print more than one activity book by increasing the number of copies from the print dialogue screen
Step 5: Click the “Print” button and get your crayons ready!
If you don’t want to print all ten activities, you can use this same process to pick and choose from the activities below and print your only child’s favorites. If you choose to print pages this way, we suggest saving them to your computer first so that you can rotate the image and fit it to your printer's paper size.