Don’t forget to pack the Road Trip Bingo next time you head out the door with the family. Chances are a road trip is on your Summer Bucket List. Thanks, pandemic! With a few clicks and a printer, you can offer your kids a simple and fun game that reduces their screen time.
How to play Road Trip Bingo
Playing road trip bingo is fairly simple:
- First, subscribe below in the form and the PDF will be sent directly to your inbox.
- Once downloaded, print the PDF on white cardstock paper and cut it into separate Bingo game cards. Each card has different symbols in different spaces so no game is the same.
- Grab a crayon for the kids to mark off their spaces once they see the items on their road trip.
- Consider laminating the cards and use a dry erase marker to be able to use them more than once.
This kid’s game is a perfect way to scale back on technology and get back to some ole fashioned fun. Similar to the game, I SPY, Road Trip Bingo encourages children to find items outside their vehicle to mark on their game card. Before the game, decide how the kids can win the game. For example, kids can play to win by filling up their entire card, three in a row, or four corners.
Introduce your kids to Bingo for some healthy competition. Bingo can help kids recognize shapes, objects, and letters. The wonderful thing about this game is that it changes every time you take a trip.
Playing bingo while traveling is a no brainer. The hardest part is deciding where you want to travel. Do you have any family road trips planned soon?
More Road Trip Essentials
Don’t go on a long car ride without these printable activities and road trip essentials:
- Folding Lap Desk – helps the kids write in a vehicle.
- Travel board games for kids – a variety of travel size games to choose from.
- Ultimate Road Trip Activity Book – Free printable games kids of all ages love.
- Sticker Books – stickers are always a big hit.
- Pictionary card game – this travel game uses cards and charades to act out clues.
- Mad Libs – word games that young kids like tweens and teens enjoy!
- Shotgun – The Road Trip Game – Card game recommended for kids ages 12+
- Travel Journal – for those who like to journal about their experiences.
- License Plate game – Use this license plate game board to identify and spot different license plates from across the U.S.A
- Kids’ Road Atlas – features simplified yet real road maps of all 50 states, plus Washington, D.C. Extras include state-related games plus state birds, flowers, trees and capitals.