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Traveling With Kids is Suddenly More Bearable (Win It!)

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Today is one of the biggest travel days of the year, which means countless children will be strapped into car and airplane seats, trekking out to see family and friends all over the country. And since this isn’t always a pleasant feat, we’re always on the look-out for fun ways to get kids psyched about holiday travel — and distract them while doing so.

Find out why this Look Out World set is so cool, and enter to win your own!:

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The Look Out World series is designed to get kids excited about traveling by watching adorable characters dance, sing and explore new cities on a DVD, and by interacting with games, puzzles and activities in the accompanying activity book. (Hello, travel distraction!)

Right now there’s only a New York edition, where kids can watch characters find colors and shapes in Time Square, chat with animals at the Bronx Zoo and discover dinosaurs at the Museum of Natural History. They can even make NYC-style pizza, create art for the MET and construct sky scrapers in the Look Out World activity book! Even if you have no plans of visiting the Big Apple anytime soon, here’s a chance for your kids to explore one of the most incredible cities in the world. It’s also a great way to find things to do in NYC with kids.

New additions to the series are on the way, like Chicago, San Francisco, London and a full USA tour! To win the NYC Gift Set featuring the DVD, activity book, stuffed Otto and red suitcase, leave us a comment below on why you’d love to win!

Find out more at Look Out World. Also find their Kid Travel Tips (especially for holiday travel!) on Twitter @ottosadventures.

More giveaways you’ll love:

  • We have a KINDLE e-reader with your name on it: The hottest holiday gift of the year.
  • Win $100 from art.com for the ultimate photo gifts.
  • This Bissell Steam + Sweep is awesome — and it could be yours!
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