Fun Road Trip Games for Kids
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Once the kids get out of school, we love to hit the road and do as much as we can. Even though the kids have gotten older, it’s just as hard to keep them entertained on the road. Unfortunately, our car is not equipped with WiFi and having to have an electronics detox leads us having to resort to good old fashioned fun.
Remember playing road trip games? Here is a list of some of our most favorite games to play together as family.
- I Spy!
- 20 Questions
- License Plate Game – write down the different license plates you can find and see who comes up with the most.
- I’m Going On a Picnic
- Story Starter – One person starts a story and everyone takes a turn adding to it.
I always keep a pad of paper and some pencils and crayons in the car so we have everything we need to play these games!
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