Rainy Day Games

Rainy Day Games
Aug03

Kids Games | I Spy

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How to Play I Spy

This is a standard of children’s car trips.  One person looks out the window—or right inside the car—and picks out something they can see.  They formulate a true sentence that includes a clue about what they see, such as “I spy with my little eye something that’s blue.”  The other player tries to guess what they had in mind.  The beauty of this game is that the other player can guess as many times as they like, making it a great game for small children.  Once the item is found, the roles reverse and the other person can choose the secret item and say “I spy with my little eye….”

Aug03

Kids Games | My Aunt Alice

Categories // Camping with Kids | Camping with Pre-Schoolers | Car Games | Rainy Day Games | Tweens | Family | Camp Games | Kids Camping Fun! | Games | Kids | Pre-School | Boys | Girls

How to Play the Game - My Aunt Alice

You probably played this classic game yourself when you were a kid.  This is a memory game that works well in the car and is great for elementary and middle-school aged kids.  One kid starts it out by saying, “I went on a trip with my aunt Alice and I took along a ____.”  They fill in the blank with something that starts with the letter A, such as an aardvark.  The next kid repeats this sentence and adds their own addition to the suitcase, something that starts with the letter B.  “I went on a trip with my aunt Alice and I took along an aardvark and a badminton set.”  The third adds something that starts with a C.  “I went on a trip with my aunt Alice and I took along an aardvark, a badminton set, and a cupcake.”  Continue on for as long as you can or until you reach the end of the alphabet.

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