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List of the Best Travel Games for Kids - 2016 Top Picks and Reviews

Travel games are a wonderful way for kids to stay entertained and occupied while on a road trip or on a plane - and these days there are not usually a lot of loose pieces to keep track of (parents take note!).

Here is a gathering of what I have found to be the best travel games for kids in 2016 - the ones that are receiving the most attention and the best reviews...


Travel Scavenger Hunt Card Game (Age 7 and up)

Travel Scavenger Hunt is the ultimate boredom beater and the perfect passenger for your next family road trip! To play, each player takes five cards and tries to locate various roadside objects. In addition, several funny “Hear It”, “Feel It”, and “Smell It” cards encourage kids to use all their travel senses by listening for sounds, feeling for bumps, and sniffing for scents...

Melissa & Doug Flip to Win Memory Game (Age 4 and up)

Kids will flip for this innovative twist on the classic game of concentration. The sturdy wooden game board features 24 wooden pieces attached with bungee cords so they are easy to flip up, but stay attached to the board-- no loose pieces makes this game perfect for travel...

Hangman - Take 'N' Play Anywhere Game (Age 5 and up)

Take ‘N’ Play Anywhere games feature big magnetic playing pieces that are easy for kids to use and hard for kids to lose! The convenient 6 3/4" square tin case makes it easy to slip the games into most bags to take everywhere and keep kids entertained on a trip, waiting at the doctor’s office, dining out, while stuck in traffic or just visiting grandma’s house...

Yahtzee to Go Travel Game (Age 8 and up)

Yahtzee to Go Travel Game - comes with 100 score cards and game guide...

Regal Games Original Travel Bingo 4 Pack

Bring back the glory days of childhood games with a rousing round of new-school bingo-on your next roadtrip. It keeps kids occupied by interacting with the scenery. Spot various items such as a barn, truck, stop sign, etc. Slide the "finger tip" shutter cards to mark the space. The first to get 5 in a row wins.

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