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7 Travel Games For Your Kids To Have Fun & Learn

Traveling with family is a great way for everyone to bond and create memories, and expose kids to different cultures and experiences. But, some journeys can be long, and it can get hard to keep the fidgety kids entertained during the journey.

That's why we have curated a list of these fun and educational travel games for your kids to play while on the road.

1. I Spy This classic game is perfect for car rides and plane trips. One person picks something in the vehicle or outside and says, “I spy with my little eye, something…” The other players take turns guessing what the item is. This game is perfect to build vocabulary, and identifying and matching objects with names.

2. The License Plate Game A perfect game for road trips! Have your kids look for license plates from different states and countries. They can either keep track of the plates they see on a piece of paper or try to remember them. It builds memory and retention rate, and also helps children in identifying and organizing numbers in their little brains.

3. Memory Match This game is a great way to help your kids learn about different cultures and countries. Gather some postcards or pictures from different places you’ll be visiting and have your kids match each one with its corresponding picture. This helps in colour recognition, identification, and memory retention.

4. Word Search Word search puzzles are a great way to keep kids entertained while also helping them brush up on spelling and vocabulary. Print out some word search puzzles or create your own. What better way to build their word bank than this?

5. Hangman This classic game is also tailor-made for long car rides. Have your kids pick a word and the other players have to guess what it is. It’s a great way to teach them the alphabet and spellings!

6. Road Trip Bingo Create your own bingo cards filled with sights you’ll be seeing on your road trip. Have your kids try to cross off all of the items on the card. This will keep them engaged and also helps improves their attention span.

7. Storytelling Storytelling is a great way to pass the time and help your kids use their imagination. Have each person take turns telling a story about the journey.

Travelling with kids can be a challenge, but with the right games and activities, it can be an enjoyable and educational experience.

These travel games are perfect for keeping your kids entertained while teaching them about different cultures and countries. So, the next time you’re on a road trip with your family, try out some of these fun travel games, won’t you?


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