Are we there yet? Car games to keep young passengers amused

If you're going on a long journey with the kids, you might want to print out some of these car games.

They're easy to play and you don't need anything more than the instructions, imagination and a bit of luck.

If you're really lucky, they might even save you from the constant question,"Are we nearly there yet?".


Keep the Beat 

A simple game that's perfect for every pop prince and princess, parents and grandparents too. All you need is a car stereo and tip-top singing voices.


big sing-along

Big sing-along

A great game for every budding performer – and it keeps the brain cells sharp too. Nothing could be easier?


who's next door?

Who's next door?

Traffic jams – pretty inevitable at some points and there's no situation more likely to make the kids restless. So try this little game of nosey neighbours.

we all went shopping

We all went shopping

An old classic – but guaranteed to get the grey cells in a twizzle.



number plate game

The number plate game

Children love making up stories, so try this game to spark their imaginations.


car bingo

Car Bingo

Anyone can play bingo, it's simple to grasp and fun to play. And so here's a car-friendly version.

 name that tune 

Name that tune  

Kids love making music so here’s a perfect game to help refine their talents and improve their ear for a tune. All you need are your hands and something to tap.


arms & legs

Arms and legs

Sometimes known as pub cricket, this game celebrates the one thing you're guaranteed to see on every UK journey – the great British pub! 

Content provided courtesy of the AA.




























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