This post is part of a collaboration with Sprout by HP (you’d think after close to a decade of blogging, I’d have learned to spell “collaboration” right the first time. You’d be wrong).
When we drove across the country in December to get back to North Carolina, our children watched such a ridiculous amount of Doc McStuffins, you would hardly believe it.
Happily, we don’t have any cross-country road trips coming up, but we will be driving to the Outer Banks for Beach Week next month and then, after graduation, my sister Merrick is coming out with her family and we’re doing a week-long trip through Charleston and Savannah.
So there will definitely be some car time for us coming up.
In an effort to not rot my children’s brains completely away, I made these little road trip bingo boards for them to play with while we’re in the car.
The Sprout is perfect for projects like this because it’s so easy to grab photos from the Internet and then drag and drop them into the grid.
Then I rearranged them three times so I had four different cards (I made a printable version if you want to use them too).
My plan is to laminate them and get some dry-erase markers so we can use them multiple times, but you could just print off a set and chuck them when you’re finished with them.
If you have other suggestions for car games for small children, I’m all ears!