I decided to create a "Passport" scrapbook for them.
I started by gathering blue cardstock, white computer paper, fasteners, markers, stickers, paint swatches, and red/white/blue scrapbook paper.
I folded a piece of blue cardstock and 5 pieces of white paper in half. I trimmed a little section off of the white paper stack so it was smaller than the cardstock. I stapled the stack of white paper together with two staples at each end of the fold.
Then I used a fastener to attach the cover to the white pages.
I tried to just staple the cover, but every time I opened the passport, the staples would become loose.
Next I made passport cards. I cut a rectangle out of blue and white star construction paper. Then I added a piece of red construction paper. I wrote all of the passport facts on the red paper. Then I added a picture of each kid over the star paper.
To make the "stamps" for the passports, I cut rectangles out of paint swatches. (I used fancy edge scissors.) I also used some cake -pop sticker labels for some of the bigger trips we had gone on.
I wrote Passport and United States of America on the front cover and added an American flag sticker.
I added some stickers and some stamps of the places we have been most recently.
On the back of the passport, I glued on a blank map of the United States. The kids will color in the states they have been to.
For another map element, I glued on a world map in the back of the passport.