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Regarding road trips with your children, there are plentiful options to make time full of fun for you as well as your child in the car. The next time you are on the road again, you can try these fun and best car games for kids. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: 17 Best Car Games For Kids

17 Best Car Games for Kids
Regarding road trips with your children, there
are plentiful options to make time full of fun
for you as well as your child in the car. The
next time you are on the road again, you can try
these fun and best car games for kids. 1. The
License Plate Game
Via davidpricecenter.com Age Group 5 Above
Create a group to spot tags from all 50 states.
Whoever sees the states license plate and
calls, he first receives a point. Bonus points
for the first person to spy on Canadian tag. The
person with the highest score wins.
2. Healthy Competition
Via express.co.uk Age Group 6 Above Although
not really a car game, this activity is perfect
for long road trips. To balance the lazy nature
of the day, have children indulge in athletic
challenges at rest stops. See who can do the most
sprints, push-ups, or jumping jacks jump in a
minute. 3. I Spy
Via geekdo-images.com Age Group 8 Above This
easy-to-learn game is perfect for little ones
which can entertain them for unbelievably long
periods of time. The directions are very easy
One person spies something and recites the line
which ends in a clue. Everyone else takes turns
doing efforts to guess the mystery thing.
4. Road Trip Bingo
Via staticflickr.com Age Group between 510
years This enjoyable game combines bingo with a
scavenger hunt. Give each child a flat surface
like a clipboard or hardcover book to put on
his/her lap. Each player receives a free
printable bingo card and a zip-lock bag with 16
pennies. When a player spies an item on his card,
he covers the photo with a penny. Like regular
bingo, the first player to cover all the squares
in a straight line wins. 5. Tic Tac Toe
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Age Group 3 Above You only need two players
and a pencil to play this popular game. Player
one places an x on the grid, while the other
player i.e. Player two plots an O. They will
continue to take turns long as one player has
three across. Give your children lots of copies
of printable tick template and let them enjoy!
This is one of the cool car games for kids. 6. 20
Via geekdo-images.com Age Group 8 Above This
is an easy game and great for young kids because
of its not so complicated rules. In this game, a
single person secretly thinks of an animal,
mineral, or vegetable. After this rest of the
players ask a yes or no questions, such as Can
it fly? Or Does it grow in the ground? After
the players have asked 20 questions, each player
gets an opportunity to guess. 7. Connect the Dots
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Age Group Between 48 years Why is it that all
the best games are so easy? This Make a Box
game works best when each player uses a different
color pencil or crayon. You will find a quick
set of guidelines or directions on a free
printable connect-to-dots game sheet. 8. Spot
the Car
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Group 5 Above This scavenger hunt is a fun
option for a license plate game. Instead of
looking for different states, you are looking for
different car models. Just enjoy the printable
game sheet to catch the family car scavenger prey.
9. Story Time
Via depositphotos.com Age Group 8 Above Get
the invention of creating a fairy tale. The first
person starts with Once upon a time and
provides a complete sentence, the other person
connects to the story with their sentence. This
continues with each person as long as the story
does not reach a conclusion. You can either set
a time limit (15 minutes) or you can make a goal
of wrapping it after every person has the
opportunity to say 3 sentences. Have a record of
story time on your phone and have someone
translate it afterward to have a record of the
story you had written as a family.
10. Hypotheticals
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Answers Show That Kids Are Going Not Schools But
Places Ages 6 Above You will get to know your
child better by having them answer hypothetical
questions like What would you do if you won the
lottery? or What if you can have a superpower?
Why? let everyone have a turn to answer the
question and give rewards for the funniest, most
innovative, most understanding, etc.
answers. 11. The Alphabet Game
Via alicdn.com Age Group 5 Above First one
person selects the right-hand side of the road,
and someone else the left side. Each player
looks for letters of the alphabet, which appear
on the signs or license plates in their favor or
on their side. The game object is to indicate
all letters of the alphabet, respectively, from A
to Z. Whosoever is the first one to spot the
entire alphabet wins. 12. The Animal Name Game
Via blogspot.com Ages 6 and up One person gives
a name to an animal. Then every person has to
give the name to another animal (do not repeat!)
Which starts with the last letter of the
previous animal named. In this game, theres no
winner or loser. Try games with older kids, also
try the game with TV shows, or geographical
categories such as cities or countries. 13. The
Theme Song Game
Via ytimg.com Age Group 5 Above A solo
person buzz the tune to a favorite TV show, and
everyone else tries to name the show as quickly
as possible. The first person guessing correctly
hums the next song. 14. Secret Place Race
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Ages 7 Above One person sees a road map and
finds a small town, village, river etc. That
person declares the name of the place he has
chosen. The second player has 60 seconds to look
on the map and try to spot the secret place.
15. Restaurant Race
Via ghstatic.com Age Group 5 Above Each
player chooses a restaurant, such as Burger
King, Taco Bell, McDonalds etc. Players earn
points after seeing their restaurant outside the
road, on the billboard, on exit markers, on the
Food/Fuel signs, or listening to it mentioned on
the radio. Demand a timeline, let say 20 minutes-
and then add points. Its is one of the best
road trip games for kids. 16. Telephone
Via medium.com Also Read See These Stunningly
Cool Schools Around the World! Ages 4 and up A
child in a secret voice tells a story for someone
else in the car. That person whispers the same
story as close to the word-for-word recount as
possible to a third person and so on. The last
person to hear the story repeats it in a loud
voice so that everyone can hear. Constantly, some
of the stories will have been lost in the
translation and as a result, the mixed-up message
usually motivates a good laugh. 17. Memory Test
Via islcollective.com Ages 6 Above Player
One says A is for filling in the blank with
any word starting with the letter A, such as
apple. Player Second comes up with a word for
the letter B, such as book, but must also
repeat the A word A is for apple, B is for
book. Carry on through the alphabet, each person
taking many turns and reciting more and more
letters and words. Till you reach letter Z, you
will recite the whole alphabet and its matching
words. However, if you are playing with young
children, then you would like to choose an
earlier alphabet than the letter Z to be the
final one. This is one of the best car games for
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