This is the second part of a 2-Part series about Free Travel Games. You can find Part 1 here.
There is a printable pack of FREE Travel Games for you to download in Part 1. Here you will find links to other websites where you can find even more free printable travel games for your next family vacation or road trip. Simply click on the blue heading and it will take you to the correct place to download that free travel game.
This looks like so much fun to do! She even offers an answer key so you don’t have to complete it ahead of time to figure out how many of each item are on the page before your kids play.
This looks amazing! She did such a nice job of putting together an entire binder of fun activities for kids. She also includes five printable games to download. You will definitely want to check this one out!
If you have kids who are tweens or teens you will certainly want to print this travel game out. It looks like such a fun idea and very age appropriate. I think my 12 year old daughter would love it!
This is one that we downloaded before our vacation last year. I think it is fun to see pictures of each state’s license plate. They are all a little different, aren’t they? It also gives you a visual of what you are looking for. (Keep in mind that some of the license plates may have been updated since this printable game was created–Missouri’s has been–so they could look a little different.)
Our family enjoys the Story Cubes game so I know we would enjoy these. It gives your family the chance to be silly and creative together.
We used this one last year also. There are so many restaurants to watch for and the pictures of each sign shows you exactly what you are looking for. She also shares how to play four other games they play on road trips (not printables, just games), and has links to other travel printables located on her blog and other blogs.
Click on this link and you will get access to five travel games–Traffic Jam, Car Bingo, Alphabet Game, Car Search, and Consequences. A couple of these are new to me and they look like a lot of fun.
We like to use something like this or this to store our printable travel games on trips. It gives you a place to store papers, pens/pencils, and has a clipboard on it to use to write down your answers to the games as you play.
Now you can be fully “armed” with printable travel games for your next trip. No more hearing “Are we there yet?” from the backseat, or at least not as often. 😉