Traveling with Kids

Need road trip games to keep your passengers occupied over the holidays? Here’s some ideas that are sure to entertain your little ones.

License Plate Checklist

A common game to play on road trips is to try and find a license plate from all 50 states! Go the extra mile by printing out checklists for the kids to use while tracking their progress.

20 Questions

The rules are simple: think of a person, place, or thing. The other passengers in the car get to ask 20 “yes or no” questions, and at the end of the 20 questions, they have to guess what you’re thinking about.

Would You Rather?

Another fairly straightforward game, this game entails taking turns coming up with two different options in a scenario (“Would you rather be able to fly or turn invisible?”) and letting the other passengers give their answers.

I Spy

Find something you can see. Then, give a hint by finishing the sentence, “I spy with my little eye something that is…”. The other passengers have to guess what it is based on the clue.

Alphabet-Based Category Games

Many people have played some variation of this game. Come up with a category, such as animals. Everyone else needs to think of things in that category that begin with the letters of the alphabet in order (“A is for aardvark, B is for bat…”).

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