Have you been on a search for some fun road trip printables for kids? This one might be best suited for a very long car drive since it includes so many different restaurants.
But, I am sure the kids will have fun trying to keep their eyes peeled for these logos on billboards and on the roads!
Although my children are older now, they still ask for me to print these Road Trip Printables for Kids: Restaurant I Spy when we go somewhere!
When on a road trip, kids tend to get bored very easily – you know, if they are not asleep. 😀 We can keep them connected to electronics so the entire world passes them by, or we can give them tools to help keep their eyes peeled on their surroundings.
Personally, I prefer the latter!
Worksheets and printables like these also help younger children to recognize words and letters. Did you know that recognition of the shape and order of letters is one of the first steps to being a great reader?
Give your younger kids a fidget spinner to keep their hands occupied so that their eyes can concentrate on their surroundings. This soft education can really help your aspiring reader in ways you can’t even imagine!
Click the image above to download the road trip printables for kids! But, don’t stop there!
More Road Trip Car Games:
In addition to these road trip printables, we like to play word games now that my kids are a bit older.
We play ghost. Ghost is an odd name for the game, but it is a fun one.
You decide on a topic (we usually do food) and then you start with the letter “a”.
The first person has to say a food that starts with the letter “a”. The next person has to say a food that starts with the letter that the previous word ends with!
If you can’t think of a new word (no repeating), you get a “g” and the next person starts with letter “b”. It keeps going until you get enough letters to spell the word ghost!
Then, you are out and the game continues with the remaining people!
We also like to play the question game. In the question game, you have to carry on a conversation using only questions. That gets super hard! But, it really causes you to think.
The final game we absolutely love is the 2 second game.
Someone says a word and the next person has to say the very first thing that pops into their head.
The next person, the word that pops into their head.
Two Second Game Example:
- Person One: Day
- Person Two: Night
- Person Three: Rider
- Person One: Horse
My Favorite Road Trippin’ Products:
Don’t stress over your next road trip! The following Etsy (aff link) items will help you get organized (and have fun). 🙂
This is my Road Trip Shirt
More Road Trip Printables for Kids:
Personally, I print out a stack of different printables and stick them in a storage clipboard!
Looking for more? You can find all my road trip printables for kids here.
Plus, I have a big list of 36 other road trip printables!
Love these 10 ideas for 2-year olds while traveling from Crystal and Comp
These Road Trip Story Starters from Somewhat Simple are a great way to help avoid the Summer Drain – the kids won’t even know they are learning!
No matter your age, Bingo is fun! This Reading Mama has a fun set of road trip bingo printables for us.
Make and Takes never fails to give us exactly what we didn’t know we needed! These road trip scavenger hunt printables fit the bill!
More Travel Games for Kids:
- Travel Scavenger Hunt For Kids Card Game
- Hangman – Take ‘N’ Play Anywhere Game
- Melissa & Doug Travel Memory Game
- Hasbro Travel Guess Who Game Fun On The Run
- Connect 4 Travel Fun On The Run; no. HG-22677
- Crayola Color Wonder Travel Tote (colors & styles may vary)
- Checkers – Take ‘N’ Play Anywhere Game