Travel Tips: Pipity Activity Sets

Pipity Activity Sets

Take a read of this review and find out what we thought of the Pipity Activity Sets. Spoiler Alert they are amazing!

When the lady who created Pipity contacted me about her new activity sets back in 2016 I at first politely declined as we had just returned from holiday;  however when I looked on her website I almost bit her hand off and asked if she could send some over and we could take them away with us in October.

What I didn’t know is that these sets would become the travel activity set that we used year after year after year.

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Pipity Activity Sets
Pipity Activity Sets

Each set arrives chock-full of creative tools: pencils, scissors, ruler, glue, sharpener! It also comes with a book bursting with Activities to colour, create, play!

You can take and use in cars, trains and planes – we took them to every restaurant we went to for about 4 years!

Built-in fold-out easel to rest on your lap or any surface

Handy pocket for storing your creations

Elastic straps hold paper in place while playing & creating

Removable + adjustable shoulder strap

Keeps kids absorbed + entertained for hours!

Re-cycle after play, Re-fill and Re-use your Pipity Activity Case with more books from the Pipity Range or just top up with your own paper and pens and keep using.

Pipity Activity Sets

I haven’t even mentioned the activity books yet. The activity sets come with one activity book included that you can tear off sheets from and attach with the elastic strips, or the straps do keep the whole book in too; perfect for moving buses, cars, trains or planes. These activity sheets include all sorts of different activities and I can’t imagine we could run out on one trip. However if you think you might, you can buy additional books (£4,99 each), the dress up dolls activity book was a real hit in our house!

At £27.45 they are quite expensive initially but this is a small business and they are not bulk made. They also include an activity book and when you think a comic costs £4 these days the cost starts to make sense. They are also perfectly formed and they last for ages!! Unless you leave them on the back of a chair in a restaurant….

If you’d like to buy a Pipity set, you can find the sets here! or why not PIN this post for later!

Pipity Activity Sets

This posted has been created in collaboration with Pipity

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Karen Beddow founded Mini Travellers in 2014 while doing what she loves most...going on holiday!

Mini Travellers is for parents looking for holiday ideas, destination reviews, days out and things to do with the kids. We also have family travel tips, activity ideas and all other things family holiday related. Take a look at some of our latest reviews for holidays and day trips in the UK.

87 thoughts on “Travel Tips: Pipity Activity Sets”

  1. Snacks, crayons and pencils, a sketch pad (my daughter loves to draw the things she sees on her journey. A new book and wipes!

  2. Pens and colouring books, Ipad to watch in the back of the car, action figures, lots of stuff! We recently had a 9 hour journey in the car and we spent most of it playing eye spy!

  3. My little boy usually has his leap pad with him but since he spilt his drink on it we’ve been doing what I used to do whilst travelling when I was younger in the car! Sitting with a pen on a piece of paper and letting the pen draw a picture with the movements of the car xx

  4. In my 2 daughter’s travel bags I always pack colouring books, dot-to-dot books, colouring pencils, a little travel game, a pack of Topps Trumps, cuddly toy, a story book and some snacks and juice for the journey.

  5. Gosh, these are fab. I normally pack pen, paper, pencils, rubber, plain paper and colouring books, a small character toy or two and a small electronic device.

  6. Pencil case with colouring pens etc. Colouring books, a pack of cards, travel game each for variety and a reading book with personal snacks and drink for the journey.

  7. Stunning. You won’t be losing any little masterpieces with this. So important to instill a respect for their own creativity at an early age.


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