Traveling with family offers many opportunities to live together. After everything has been done, there is room for the games. These games do not require any different tools, only some observation capability and some imagination.
1. BEEP Game – Agree for a time or a score on the game.
The BEEP game is intended for BEEP when you see a police officer.
A player who receives BEEP for a first time for a true observation but a false alarm loosens two points. The first 10 wins. Good sealing game for potential riders! Do not play this game with a police officer in the car!
2. My father has a grocery store – The estimated time of the game is thirty minutes.
The purpose of this game is to remember the list and add it to the list of products that can be bought at "my dad's grocery store".
The first player starts the round, saying, "My dad has a grocery store and is in it (starting with" A "). The second player says," My dad has a grocery store with apples and "Begin with" B. "The third player says," My dad has a grocery store and sells apples, bananas (and some "C") carrots. He goes around as he is and each player adds another item to the list starting with the alphabet in the alphabet. If someone guesses an object, it is "off" and the process continues until one person remains. If you pass through the alphabet and still have two or more players, you simply have to go to the alphabet – now there is only one player remaining! You can make this game a lot more interesting if you own a Pet Store or a "Hardware Store", a Music Store or a shop you can think of.
3. Connection Game –
The purpose of this relationship is to think about relationships between words.
as the "horse", the next player searches for a similar word as "jockey" and the next person speaks a related word when a player can not find a word, then "out" the winner is the person who, if you are interested, if a person says a word they have already said, then "out" or timing for each game, for example ten seconds for a quick game. very unique to people.
Have fun with these games and make new ones!
Source by David Nivala