Five printable road trip games in a single booklet: the answer to restless kids in the car. Just print the games you like and your kids will have fun while traveling, while keeping their brains active. Now that’s a win-win!
I use these all the time. We personally prefer traveling by train, and play these games with our kids, or they play with each other.
My kids are allowed a little screen time, but I don’t want them plastered to the screen, not knowing what to do when they’re not being entertained. Road trip games to the rescue!
This little booklet of games is a great antidote to boredom. The games are strategic in nature, which means you can play them time after time. In the meanwhile, your child will develop new strategies, so he/she learns as (s)he plays! And all this time they’re happily occupied, with heir brains buzzing. You: peace and quiet during the trip.
Print these games as many as you wish – you’ll have an endless supply of games for many years to come! They also come in handy when you have to wait, in restaurants, in reception rooms, at the GP, ..
// What’s included in the ‘Printable Road trip games’ booklet
Battleship: a classic battle for boys and girls
Domineering: an abstract strategy game, originally played with dominos
Nim: a game played all over the world, trickier than it looks!
Pipelayer: who’s the first to connect a pipe? North-South or East-West?
SOS – a take on Tic-Tac-Toe, making the game much more interesting
You’ll find details on the rules on the game sheets.
// Printable Road trip games’ booklet
Duration: 5-15 minutes per game (depending which one)
Use: road trips, holidays, waiting in restaurant, doctor’s office, play dates
Gift idea: kids, families, travellers
Instant download, so print & play!
Endless supply: print as many as you need
1. Open the PDF file using Adobe Reader (free at www.adobe.com).
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