Each player gets a bingo board with a grid. Each square has an item. When you see an item, cross it off or put a sticker over it. The first person to cross off five in a row wins.
Work as a group to find as many different license plates as possible.
The first player says, “I’m going on a trip. And I’m taking a balloon. The next person repeats the first item and adds one. “I’m going on a trip, and I’m taking a balloon and an apple.” The next person does the same, “I’m going on a trip, and I’m taking a balloon, an apple, and a suitcase,” and so on until someone can’t complete the series of items correctly.
The first person starts by setting up the scene with a sentence or two. They end with “and then…” The following person picks up the story and adds a sentence or two. Again, they end with “and then…” Continue with this process until the story ends.
One person starts with the letter A and names something in the category beginning with A. The following person does the same with the letter B. This process goes on until you’ve hit every letter of the alphabet.
Someone chooses three separate, unrelated items. Then, every other person creates a story using those three items.
You can create a list of scavenger hunt items before the road trip. Then, get everyone climbing over, ducking under, finding something to play catch with, balance on, or photograph.