Fly Thomas Cook Kids Club – Entertainment for All

When we were asked to review the Fly Thomas Cook Kids Club , my first thoughts were instantly to fly off to a hot beach, shades on, drink in hand. I clicked on the link and it opened up a whole little world, just for little ones.

Fly Thomas Cook Kids Club provides entertainment for your little ones for wherever you may be travelling to. The site is designed well and very attractive to children and has a number of games and fun educational flash cards you can download for free.

Each of the options provides games such as Dot to Dot, Flash cards in different languages (I was particularly impressed with this one) and even mazes. The site has 4 options, each with varying games and puzzles. All games can be downloaded in PFD version and printed in A4 and every page is designed to be coloured in. The quality is excellent and the variety will keep children entertained on both long and short journeys. My hubby’s eyes lit up when he found out there was a colour by numbers picture!

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The age range is mostly 3 years and upwards, so unfortunately it was a bit advanced for Baby Boy Z.

My niece, on the other hand, enjoyed colouring in the flash cards page…

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I enjoyed doing the Dot to Dot pictures…

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And this is what baby enjoyed doing.

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Fly Thomas Cook Kids Club is a simple but clever site with a wide range of paper activities to keep the kids amused during travelling (or maybe just for a bit of home entertainment) and the ease of use is what impressed me the most. No faffing and no sign up required which results in happy parents and, hopefully, more peaceful journeys all around.

On the whole we really enjoyed the colouring, the dot to dot and the colour by numbers (which hubby won’t let us touch!!).

Please note, this is a sponsored review. All views are my own.

6 Comments

  1. Expat Mammy December 20, 2011 / 8:53 am

    looks good

  2. FionaCambouropoulos (@coombemill) December 20, 2011 / 8:01 pm

    If you enjoyed this have a look at the Coombe Mill education page too. Again I would say age 3 plus. Anything that helps while away a wet after noon or a journey is good!

    • Notmyyearoff December 20, 2011 / 8:14 pm

      Ooh thanks. I didn’t know that existed! Will take a peek, we quite enjoyed this site so anything like that is really helpful for a wee bit of peace!

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