Road Trip Games Sheet Printable

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As a busy family, it’s important that we have a vehicle that we can rely on. Not only do we need to take care of all the errands that need to be ran on a daily basis, but we have to be ready to go in case of emergencies, too. We also like to take road trips, just to get away for a day and see new sights. Those new sights hopefully don’t involve a tow truck.

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With a 3 day weekend upon us, we were getting ready for one such family trip out of town. Knowing our oil was due to be changed, and since I needed to go by Walmart anyway for one of a million things, I dropped our Jeep off at their Automotive Care Center.


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While the Automotive Care Center was changing our oil, I went shopping. I made sure to stock up on snack items needed for our road trip, also remembering to pick up some drinks, too. We were going to be on the road for awhile.


I also kept reminding myself to print out a stack of Road Trip Games Activity Sheets once home.

Road Trip Games Printable

Road trips are fun, once you get to your destination. All that time spent in your car, though, can be a little boring for kids with a lot of, “Are we there yet?”. As such, it’s great to have some games on hand to pass the time. I’ve combined 6 fun car games into one free printable, quick to print out and take with you on your road trip! Download the printable here, then all you need is a pencil and clip board or heavy book to write on.

Road Trip Games Activity Sheet Free Printable

1. License State Map: In this game, see how many license plates from other states you can find. I’ve included a map on the printable, that way you can put an X through the states you come across.

2. License Plate Lingo: Since we’re already looking at license plates, what words can you find on those plates? Write those here.

3. Ends With, Begins With: The last letter of the beginning word, is the first letter of the next word, and so on.

4. I Spy Colors: A game we all probably know and remember, an easy way for little ones to keep their eyes peeled.

5. Scavenger Hunt: Another way to keep their eyes peeled on the road. Once they see these things either in the car or out their window, cross off.

6. Padiddle: For when you’re driving at night, a padiddle is a car with only one headlight. Check off for every padiddle you see.

If you want to make it a competition, add it all up after your trip and see who’s done and crossed off the most!

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  1. We love playing games while traveling. Make the trip so much fun! You have some games we have not played…adding them to my game list.

  2. Forget the kids…I’m totally bringing this game along for my next road trip! Oh, and now that I know about doing my errands while getting my oil changed at the same time, I’ll be stopping by the Walmart Auto Center whenever I need an oil change! #client

  3. As kids, my siblings and I loved these kinds of games. My parents would make them (long before printers were so accessible) and they really distracted us during the long hours on the road!

  4. What a great game ideas. I once drove by myself with a 2 year old and a 4 year old 2/3 of the way across country with just a radio, cassette tape player and lots of car games!

  5. I like the idea of printables for the road. I can’t believe I haven’t thought to use them before!

  6. The only game I like playing is how long each kid can sleep. We’re doing a road trip this summer and I’m already thinking that airline tickets might keep me saner.

  7. I like the list of activities. I kind of remember playing the one head light game when I was little but never played it with my kids.

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