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Whether you are making your way over the state border to visit Grandma for the holidays or are making a cross-country roadtrip to see the sights of America, traveling with children can occasionally be frustrating. Keeping them happy and occupied, so you can keep your eyes on the road and avoid accidents, is difficult, especially when you are driving for hours or even days at a time.
At Nurenberg Paris, we want to help Ohio parents stay safe on the road, and still keep the fun in roadtrips, which is why we’ve put together this guide to taking long car trips with kids.
When you start packing up the car, in addition to any suitcases or overnight supplies, don’t forget to pack these items!
These tips can help keep kids from getting too cranky on long trips.
When your kids lose interest in their toys, the whole family can enjoy these conversational games.
Players must try to guess what person, animal, or object another player is thinking of, but they can only ask yes-or-no questions. For example, “does it make noise?”, “is it alive?”, and so on. Players must guess what the mystery object is within 20 questions to win.
Guess the Word
One player uses their finger to write a word on another player’s arm or palm, and the player being written on must try to guess what word it is.
All players must tell a story, but must take turns telling it, and each player can only add one sentence at a time. See how wild you can get as each player takes the story in a new direction!
License Plate Abbreviations
Players use their imagination to decide what they think the letters on license plates they see mean. For example, a license plate that says “TAF” might mean, “turtles are fast.” Whoever comes up with the silliest or best answer wins.
The Alphabet Game
Each player competes to see who can find every letter of the alphabet, in order, by searching road signs, store signs, and billboards they see out the window. The first player to find every letter of the alphabet wins.
Players select a category (ex: food, animals, cartoon characters, etc.) and then take turns finding items that fit that category for every letter of the alphabet, going in order. For example, if the category is animals, the first player might say “aardvark”, the next “bunny”, then “cat”, and so on.
The Picnic Game
Players take turns saying what food they would bring to a picnic. Each player on his or her turn adds one item that begins with the next letter of the alphabet. For example, the first player might say “apples”, the second player might say “apples and bananas”, the third player might say “apples, bananas, and cake”, and so on. The goal is to get through the entire alphabet without forgetting an item on the list.
My Name Is
Players take turns moving through the alphabet and filling in the phrases, “My name is”, “I come from”, and “I have a suitcase full of” with words that start with that each letter of the alphabet. For example, the first player might say, “My name is Amy, I come from Arkansas, and I have a suitcase full of apples,” while the second player might say, “My name is Billy, I come from Barcelona, and I have a suitcase full of bananas.”
The Counting Game
Players must count from one to twenty out loud, but players don’t need to take turns---anyone can go whenever they want. However, if two players speak at the same time, the game has to start over at one, and if more than five seconds go by without anyone saying a number, the game also starts over.
If you are looking for more ways to keep your kids entertained in the car, download our free children’s activity book by clicking the image below! Print out our book before a long car trip to get:
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