So, you guys know that I’m a big supporter of screen time if it’s used appropriately. I talk about it all the time! My definition of appropriately is within reasonable time limits and using educational materials. Sometimes, with twins, it’s the only way I can maintain some semblance of sanity, and I love seeing the twins learn new things.
That’s why I’m super excited about this collaboration with Little Mammoth Media to preview their new educational video, “The New BIG Plane Trip.” I was especially excited because Little Mammoth Media is Atlanta-based, where I lived my entire life (and where the twins have already spent LOTS of time) and that the video depicts a Delta flight from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport to London’s Hearthrow Airport. Anyone who’s traveled Hartsfield-Jackson knows it can be so confusing, so this age-appropriate video makes traveling there so easy to understand
It’s officially vacation season, and I’ve seen a lot of my followers preparing to travel with young children – many by plane. This video is an excellent resource for curious little ones and all of their questions they’ll have about air travel. From the many destinations or purposes for flying, the types of airplanes they might see and how they work, the purpose of each part of the airport or member of the staff – down to the in-flight meals, any question your kiddos might have on or before a flight, The New BIG Plane Trip has a direct, kid-friendly answer. Kinda wish I’d watched this before my first flight!
The New BIG Plane Trip is an exciting, fun educational video and I’d definitely recommend this to any parent with a child who may be traveling by plane soon, or may just want an informative video about a new topic!
Disclosure: I received compensation for this feature, but all thoughts and opinions are my own!