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Best Android tablet apps of 2016

Best Android tablet app for photos: AR effect

If you spend plenty of time admiring your holiday photos, Facebook photos, selfies, then you’ll want a photo suite that makes this pastime easier. For that, you’re going to need the best Android camera app and you should have some fun with it.

AR effect (Augmented Reality) by Sony adds special effects to your photos and videos. It makes your reality even better. You can make virtual scenes with your photos. The preloaded choices of animations include masks, fairytales, underwater or dinosaurs. There are tons more you can download from Google Play.

Creating your augmented reality scene is easy. You just choose your theme and the app automatically detects faces and surfaces and creates the scene around them. If you want to change something like a mask you just tap the face you want changed on your tablet.

Best tablet app for gaming: Traffic Rider

Traffic Rider is a first person, high-octane motorcycle game that’s best played on a tablet. The graphics are realistic and you feel like you’re moving through real traffic with the detailed circuit scenes.

With Traffic Rider you are rewarded for taking more risks. Close collision calls are essential to a winning strategy on the game. So you get extra thrills by getting some near accidents. When you get close to hitting another driver, you are rewarded with extra time. Some of the modes require you get real close to other drivers.

As you get better at the campaign mode you can unlock more motorcycles. There are 20 total bikes to unlock an each has its own handling, acceleration and braking. When you pass a circuit you get points that can buy more motorcycles or improve your abilities.

Best tablet app for surfing the internet: Pushbullet

Some of us use our tablets for hardcore productivity, but most of us use them for hardcore procrastination. I prefer to call it ”research” though. Whatever you call it, you can’t research much on a tablet without some great internet tools.

We’re not just talking about Google Chrome (but feel free to check our best Android browsers list). Internet essentials such as Pushbullet make your browsing experience so much better.

Best tablet app for exploring the world: NASA app

Tablets have larger displays than phones so are great for visual content. When was the last time you explored the planet with Google Earth? Did you know you can even go underwater now and search for the Loch Ness Monster?

The well the NASA app allows you to explore the entire world from a different perspective. It also lets you explore the entire universe.

Best Android tablet app for kids: Marble Mixer

If you’re not a kid (or act like a kid) yourself, you’ve probably bought a tablet primarily for your kids. Tablets are awesome for entertaining kids: they’re cheaper than consoles, with plenty of free games, educational potential and much less likely to end up with sticky goo clogging up the buttons.

There are so many awesome apps in the Play Store for kids it’s not funny, but some of our favorites include Educational Games for Kids, or if you’re more into interactive music jams, Music Hero. But our favorite app for occupying kids of the big and small variety is Marble Mixer, a game simply too epic to be played on the small screen.

Best Android tablet app for travel: Trip Advisor

Tablets are great tools for travelers. Smaller, lighter and less expensive than a laptop, a tablet can be one of the greatest travel companions you have. The bonus is that booking flights, creating itineraries or generally organizing your trip can be just as simple with a tablet as it can be with a laptop.

Before you even get started though, Trip Advisor is one app all globetrotters should have installed from the minute they step foot in the airport.

Best Android tablet app for watching movies: VLC

Watching movies is probably the single biggest reason most people buy a tablet. There’s no better way to pass a boring flight, train trip, or a lazy Sunday afternoon. But you need a solid movie player that’s up to the task, and they don’t come any more solid than VLC

The PC user’s video player of choice, VLC, has been on Android for nearly two years. VLC is fantastic for playing back video in just about any format.

Best Android tablet app for reading: Amazon Kindle

One of a tablet’s biggest advantages over a smartphone is that you can spend hours reading on it without getting eye-strain. If you’ve got an endless library of classic ebooks clogging up your computer or gathering dust on your Kindle, then why not pop them on your new tablet so they’re always with you?

They hardly take up any space either – that ‘1001 books you must read before you die’ list is going to need less memory than a Lady Gaga album.

Any great apps or games missing from our lists? Tell us about them in the comments.

Zinio SUCKS for Android tablets. It’s laggy, and it’s layout is not tablet friendly, compared to iPad version. They show your magazines in a LIST on a HUGE screen, where they should show as a GRID, just like on iPads. This will make the screen filled much more beautifully with contents, and it will actually look like tablet optimized. But they just did half-ass job, and say they optimized for tablets. Unfortunately, this is what many big companies do for Android tablet apps though. I really hope they step up their game.





13/10/2017

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Live Arabic Music Radio ListenArabic.com

ListenArabic.com is your resource for finding Arabic music albums, Arabic singers, bands and musicians, and discovering new Arabic songs, top hits releases in addition to fresh entertainment news from the Arab world and Middle East.

As our brand name says Listen Arabic , we focus on the Arabic society Arab diaspora, culture and art. Listen to Radio ListenArabic the online Arabic Music Radio Station Free – available as free app for Android, iPhone, Nokia and Blackberry. We play non-stop Arabic music and sounds from the Middle East, broadcasting from Lebanon. We host the most listened to online radio show ListenArabic Chart of theWeek featuring top 10 Arabic songs every week on Saturday 7:00 PM Beirut time. The ranks of the songs are solely chosen according to the number and statistics of the most listened to song on our website and Arabic songs page: ListenArabic music ; in other words, no voting takes place. You can always discover new music on ListenArabic.com, you can listen free and share with your friends. We do not host any mp3 files on our servers unlike other music websites. Listeners can enjoy Arabic music streaming for free without the need to download the songs. It is the generation of streaming music without the need to song download. We are always connected, so why do you need to illegally download music mp3 on your mobiles, tabs and desktops! Save space, and don’t get along the bad habbit of acquiring and downloading songs free illegally without paying any penny. We do not own any music and video found on our website, we use third party API. Read more on our copyright notice.

At ListenArabic.com, we get inspired by the latest, hottest and trendiest events taking place in the music and entertainment industry in the Arab world. We share with you the latest newest Arabic music, the best Arabic songs of all times, and we tell you about stories, events, festivals, and concerts as they happen.

ListenArabic.com team is small and humble. We come of different backgrounds; we are marketers, engineers, editors, designers, and visionaries. looking to connect with our community of loyal listeners and fans. We are proud of attracting audience that do not understand not even one Arabic word, yet they find interest in the content we provide; and they get amazed by the oriental rythms and the way we blend the Arabic with western music, the way we are distinguished with our own classical and tarab music.

We support young talents and indie bands. We believe that anyone any project shall start at a certain point; even if that point is so tiny that you can’t see its possible success in the future.
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We are independent, no one can tell us what to do or what to write. We talk about everyone, we would love to host anyone at our premises; famous celebrities or whose names havent’t been heard of. We search for crazily weird Arabic songs and genres for different music tastes. We have over 100,000 visitors monthly that reach us from across the world. On Radio ListenArabic, we play the music that we like, and we support independent Arabic artists. Have our radio app with you anywhere you go, ListenArabic Radio app is free and we play Arabic music all the time. Download ListenArabic Radio App

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07/10/2017

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19/09/2017

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Enjoy the best mobile and tablet games on GameHouse! #find #plane

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Play your way at GameHouse

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It’s good to game! That’s our motto at GameHouse, and we’re sure you ll agree. On GameHouse, you can find the hottest game releases, including all of your favorite download games and online games for both Windows and Mac, from the top game publishers of the world. So explore the site. You ll find free games in all of your favorite genres including Hidden Object, Puzzle, Time Management, Match 3 games and more.

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06/09/2017

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Sheppard Software: Fun free online learning games and activities for kids

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I stumbled upon your fun interactive geography games from a link on the Massachusetts Geographic Alliance Website. Since then, your games have become quite a hit with my competitive colleagues!
–Candice Gomes, Education Outreach Coordinator, Boston Public Library (Sheppard Software’s geography games were featured in the Boston Public Library’s 2006 Exhibition on Mapping)

Terrific online educational games, especially geography.
–Dallas Children’s Museum

First, let me say I love your website! I have students with learning disabilities that need multiple way to learn math, and your site fills the bill! – Darrin, Rose Park Elementary in Billings, MT
Awesome site. it is the only reason I am passing my World Geography class! –Stephen
Our preschool teacher just sent us homework with this new website on it! My twins love it – they are 4 1/2 and can’t get enough! The sounds, the action, so many choices and things to do. I bookmarked this for them and have sent the website to numerous friends and best of all it’s FREE!
Thank you for such a wonderful learning tool. — -Cherie Ventola

Let me say that you guys have an awesome website. I stumbled across your site one day, and it has been the easiest, most effective, and really the most fun method for learning geography that I’ve found. –David Weaver

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This site is exactly what I have been looking for! I have four children within five years of age and they can all play your games! I love that you can choose your level of difficulty. The games are colorful and simple, not cluttered like some. The instructions are easy to understand and they cover basic learning that can be neglected with other “too busy” games. I can’t believe what a blessing it is to have stumbled upon this site! I looked up “kindergarten math games online.” This is the first one that I actually enjoyed navigating around in and that actually kept the kids’ attention without discouraging them.

This site will be a daily part of our learning! The kids were fighting over who could take the next turn at the learning game! It is reinforcing everything I am trying to teach.

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24/08/2017

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Travel Tickets – Road Trip Games for Kids #cone #travel

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Travel Tickets

Or, How to avoid,

“Are We There Yet?”

by Laurel Smith, Momsminivan.com

Use some colored construction paper to cut out some “tickets” for your trip. Give your child a pre-counted baggie full of tickets. Every half hour (or every 30 miles) they can turn in one ticket to you. When their tickets are gone, the trip has ended! This really helps young children get an idea of how much time is left on the journey. Make sure you give them a couple of extra tickets in case you mis-calculate your journey, or if you have unexpected delays.

If you’re not up for creating your own tickets, here is a pre-made sheet of travel tickets created by Momsminivan that you can print! Just click the images below to open the printable pages.

Click the picture above to

print a full size color image

(Or, use colored paper to save ink and print this image in black white )

In addition to Travel Tickets, you might also like to print some Reward Tickets. Give your child tickets to use on the trip if they have had good backseat behavior. They can turn them in to you at a gas stops or rest stops for some wacky flavored gum or other road trip treat – but only if they have earned the right to use it!

Here is a printable page with enough tickets for your whole family:

Click the picture above to

print a full size color image

(Or, use colored paper and print this image in black white )

Here’s how one parent used Travel Tickets as a on a recent trip: “I just wanted to say a HUGE thank you. We just went on a trip with our sons age 5 and 7. We had 15 hours of driving to do in 2 days to get to our destination. We don’t have a DVD player in the car. Your travel tickets made all the difference it made the trip manageable. It became a series of 30 minutes, instead of never ending hours and hours.

Instead of giving them the tickets to start with, I gave them one ticket every 30 minutes. They kept the tickets and had a choice to exchange them when they were ready.

  • 2 tickets could be exchanged for a book ( a got a bunch of second hand ones at a thrift store)
  • 3 tickets could be exchanged for a wrapped up present ( dollar store toys and crafts)
  • 4 tickets could be exchanged for 30 minutes of playtime on a nintendo DS

So, something was always happening! They never asked when we getting there, they just asked when the next ticket time was and that was never very far. Really, it made a huge difference, 30 minutes is not a long time, it’s manageable.

I also held a few sales where I sold for example 20 minutes of DS time and a book for 4 tickets etc..

Thank you very much, you made our trip much more pleasant. We really appreciate it! “ ( –Thank you to Reader Josee for sharing her experience with us!)

Don’t miss all the other Printable Car Games at Momsminivan.com

–Laurel (Road Trip Mom)

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Laurel Smith is a former schoolteacher and mother of three who has logged thousands of road trip miles both as a kid and a mom. Visit her website for more than 101 travel games and activities for kids at MomsMinivan.com

This article and associated images are copyright Momsminivan.com. Do NOT publish on another website or in print without permission in whole or in part or altered. They are for individual and small group use only. Thank you! Have a great trip.





15/08/2017

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Travel games for kids: fun for long waits and quiet places

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Travel games for kids: fun for long waits and quiet places

by Lonely Planet Sep 04 2012

Kids don’t believe everything comes to those who wait, so it helps to have some travel games at the ready to make waits pass more smoothly. Longer travel games come in handy in restaurants, queues and at public transport lines, because they distract kids from the time it’s taking for something to happen.

Sometimes you might just want your little treasures to keep quiet. Quiet games can teach children that loud behaviour is not always okay, as well as buy a few moments of peace in a hectic day. Although many museums are becoming more interactive there are still many old-style museums that will have a ‘look, don’t touch’ feel that frustrates kids. With a bit of preparation, these games can get children to appreciate looking in a museum as much as you will.

Here are some great games to keep the kids engaged and entertained when they have to put up with long waits or quiet places:

Games for waiting

  • Storylines

A good game for the whole family that is limited only by imagination. Start a story with a sentence (‘Once upon a time…’ might be a good place to start) with the next family member adding the next sentence. Add one that doesn’t make sense or finish your sentence with a cliff-hanger to keep it interesting.

  • Alphabet games
    Alphabet games can run for hours if need be, so they’re perfect for undetermined waits. Name a category, then run through the alphabet naming something from each category. Animals (‘Aardvark, bumble bee, cat’) are easier, but harder topics can be famous people or song titles. Double points for double letters, like bumble bee. In other alphabet games, you can choose a category and all the players have to name something beginning with that letter before moving on to the next letter (eg ‘Apple’, ‘Asparagus’, ‘Artichoke’). For older kids make up a structure, such as ‘My name is blank from blank where they make the best blank’ filling in each of the blanks with a name, a location and an object starting with each letter of the alphabet.
  • Guessing games

    Guessing games can be good for shorter waits, as kids can get frustrated or bored. Most guessing games are based on simple yes or no questions, using general questions (‘Is it alive?) to narrow it down to specific guesses (‘Is it a rabbit?’). In ‘guess the food’, one player will nominate a describing word (‘crunchy’, ‘sweet’ or ‘red’) with other players asking questions to guess the food. Use other categories like animals or famous people. You can prepare some cards with categories or names on them. Keep the games located in your travels, using famous people or animals from the country you’re visiting.

  • Games for quiet places

    • Guess the letter

    Another one for readers. Draw a letter on the palm of another player with their eyes closed. Try whole words if guessing a letter is too easy.

  • Whispers
    Pass a whispered message from one player to the next saying the message only once. As players pass it on from one to the next the message will become garbled. In a reasonably sized group (usually more than five people), the message should end up as nonsense when the last player says it out loud to the group.
  • Did you see?
    A game that might involve a bit of preparation. Make a list of things to see in a gallery or museum by asking the kids what they think they’ll see or prepare a list beforehand based on an LP guidebook. Kids can check off their list with a prize or treat for the most complete list. Remember to have a range of items that are both common (so kids achieve something easily) and rare (to challenge them). You can debrief and talk about items on the list. More complex versions of the game might involve getting more than one of each item (eg seven paintings with a blonde man in them).
  • How many…
    Guess how many of an object you’ll see on your museum visit and get the littlies to count them up as they go. Good objects include sculptures, gold frames or security guards.
  • What was it?

    A simple game that will get kids looking at exhibits or paintings. Give the kids a minute or two to look at an exhibit, then ask them ‘What was it?’, ‘Who used it?’, ‘When did they use it?’ or if it’s a portrait ask ‘Who was it?’, ‘What did they do?’. Ask any other questions to stimulate the imagination. Be prepared to answer some tricky questions yourself.

  • This article was published in December 2011. This article was refreshed in September 2012.

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    10/08/2017

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    Great Family Travel Games for Kids #jlm #travel

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    Great Family Travel Games for Kids

    By Katherine Lee. School-Age Children Expert

    Katherine Lee is a former editor at Parenting and Working Mother magazines, and the mother of a 12-year-old son. She has written and edited numerous articles and essays on parenting and children’s health and development for What to Expect, Parenting, Working Mother, Wondertime, Ladies’ Home Journal. EverydayHealth.com, Sprig.com and About.com. Katherine is a regular contributor to BlogTalkRadio’s Parenting RoundAbout. a weekly podcast featuring About.com parenting experts talking about news and information relevant to parents today.

    Here are some ideas for great travel games for kids to try on your next family trip.

    1. Last Letter, First Letter

    Word games can be particularly useful — not to mention fun — for kids who tend to get sick while focusing on something like a book or a DVD. Any family travel game that involves looking out the window can help prevent car sickness. My family loves to play a game we invented called last letter, first letter.

    Then the next player has to name an animal that starts with the last letter of the animal that was just named (say, antelope), and so on. When someone gets stuck, that person gets a strike. When any player gets three strikes, they are out. The winner is the person who is still remaining after everyone else is out. Tip: Parents may want to help younger grade-schoolers. A 5-year-old probably won’t be able to keep up with an older sibling or adults in the car, so adult help is always a good idea. Older kids with bigger vocabularies will be able to throw more difficult words into the mix.

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    2. I Spy

    An oldie but a goodie. Kids will love taking turns guessing and spying when playing this travel game.

    To play: One player starts by describing something he or she spies, usually outside the car. The spied object can be described using letters, as in I spy with my little eye something that begins with the letter c. Then each player takes turns taking guesses such as cow, cornfield, and so on, until someone correctly guesses the answer, such as cloud. Another variation of the game is to describe the spied object with a color, such as I spy with my little eye something white to describe the cloud.

    3. Twenty Questions

    This is another classic car or travel game that is great to play with kids.

    To play: One player picks an object (players can decide beforehand whether or not to narrow down the choices by having the questions answerer state the category of the answer. So, for example, the answerer can say, I m thinking of a place (you can decide that your categories are occupations, places, animals, etc.). Then the other players each take turns asking questions that may help narrow down the possibilities, such as Is it bigger than a breadbox? or Is it edible?

    4. Travel Chess, Checkers, Board Games

    Another excellent way to have fun on the road is by playing a travel game version of a favorite family board game such as Scrabble or Yahtzee. Get one of these top travel games for families or a travel game size chess, checkers, and backgammon set, and your family is sure to look forward to the trip as much as they are to getting to where you’re going.

    5. Math Games for the Road

    From spotting numbers to estimating the cost of meals to calculating how much change you should receive when purchasing something, a family trip can be the perfect opportunity for grade-school age children to try out some math skills with some road trip math games .

    6. Travel Game Print Outs

    Finally, check out these kids travel games to print out compiled by About.com s Family Vacations Expert. Her suggestions for these games, which are a great alternative to handheld video games, DVDs and other electronic entertainment, are a fantastic idea. And travel game printouts of games such as tic-tac-toe, connect the dots, and word puzzles can also challenge kids’ minds as they have fun.

    7. A Kids CD or an Audiobook

    While kids CDs and DVDs aren t technically travel games for kids, they can be invaluable for some zone-out entertainment in between fun travel games for kids. If you re traveling by car and have a built-in DVD player, that can be an excellent way to pass some time as long as your kids don t get carsick from focusing on the screen while the car is moving.

    If your family travel plans are to go by airplane or train, a laptop that plays movies can be a very handy thing. (And as parents know, iPods can be a lifesaver when it comes to entertaining kids; but the small screen might not be great for viewing a full-length movie, especially if more than one child is crowding around it.)

    You can also bring CDs of excellent children s music or books or download them onto your iPod. For music, try these great kids CDs that grownups will also enjoy. And for audio books, try these top 6 ones to enjoy at home and on vacation. compiled by Elizabeth Kennedy, About.com s Children s Books Expert.





    05/08/2017

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    02/08/2017

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    Adult Group Games #travel #rep

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    Adult Group Games

    Adult Group Games

    Ah Um Game – Kick the ah, um habit and avoid these words in natural conversation.

    Alphabet Back Game – Trace the letter on your partner’s back and have them guess the secret letter!

    Baby Food Guessing Game – Sample baby food and guess what flavor is in each jar!

    Battle of the Sexes – Test each teams’ knowledge of the opposite gender- sports, fashion and more!

    The Best Game – This game showcases hidden and incredibly random talents and skills.

    Build Tower Game – Great creative group game- See whose team can build the highest tower using newspapers!

    Cake Decorating Challenge – Use your decorating skills in this fun activity! Good game for bridal showers and large groups.

    Charades – Guess the secret word/phrase using only actions!

    Company Slogan and Tagline Game – Test your corporate slogan tagline knowledge now!

    The Dating Game – Fun icebreaker game for groups who know each other well.

    Dictionary Game – Try to guess which definition is correct- or be fooled by other teams!

    Duct Tape Game – Tape your teammate on a wall using duct tape!

    Egg Drop – Brainstorm, plan, and protect your eggs from being smashed.

    Egyptian War – Classic easy to play card game- similar to slap jack, but with a twist!

    Electricity – Squeeze your teammate’s hand as quickly as possible- only if the coin comes up as heads!

    Fishbowl – Fun-filled word and memory game- Charades, Taboo and Password combined! Little preparation required.

    Food Challenge Cook-Off – Great bonding activity for adults. Create a 2-course meal with the secret ingredient.

    Fruit Salad – Good icebreaker game, especially for kids. Easy to learn and play, with little preparation.

    Halloween Charades – Show off your acting skills, Halloween-styled! Easy word list provided, ready to print.

    Halloween Pictionary – Guess the secret word or phrase using only your teammate’s drawing, Halloween-styled!

    Halloween Telephone Charades – Funny icebreaker game, especially for larger groups. Easy to learn and play, with little preparation.

    Halloween Trivia – Test your Halloween knowledge!

    Human Knot – As a team, untangle yourselves to form a full circle again.

    Interview Game – A great icebreaker game, especially for newcomers.

    Jeopardy Powerpoint Template – A free Jeopardy Powerpoint Template, ready to download and edit.

    Kick The Can – Fun active game to play on a large empty field or gym- especially for teenagers.

    Logo Game – The ultimate logo quiz- Test your logo knowledge now!

    Mall Disguise Scavenger Hunt – Find the people in your group dressed up in disguises! Fun game for large groups who know each other.

    Mall Scavenger Hunt – Fun game to play with a medium to large group. Photo scavenger hunt at a mall!

    Marshmallow Toss Game – Catch as many marshmallows in your mouth before the time runs out!

    The Number Game – Work as a team to display the numbers as quickly as possible.

    Picture Guess – Guess the secret word or phrase using only your teammate’s drawing.

    Photo Scavenger Hunt – Travel to different places to find the items on the list and take photos.

    Pumpkin Carving Contest – Use your design skills and create the best looking pumpkin!

    Purses, Pockets, and Wallets – Quickly search your purses, pockets, and wallets for the called item. Great team game.

    Rocket Experiment – Brainstorm, plan, and build a rocket with your team- without instructions! Great educational / critical thinking / brainstorming / teamwork game for high schoolers and adults.

    Salad Bowl – Fun indoor icebreaker game for children to adults! Easy to learn and play, with little preparation.

    Scavenger Hunt – Travel to different places and collect as many items on the list as you can.

    Slap Jack – Great card game- slap the jacks and any called cards.

    Song Title Game – Fun game for groups of people, especially those who know music well.

    Speed Scrabble – Use Scrabble tiles to create a crossword as quickly as possible! Fun, fast word game for a small group of people.

    Spoons – Get four of a kind and grab a spoon! Fast-paced card game that everyone can play.

    Sticks and Spoons – Using only sticks and spoons, try putting as many marbles in your cup as quickly as possible.

    Team Spoons – Work with your partner to call out spoons – or catch your opponents’ signals!

    Telephone Charades – Funny icebreaker game, especially for larger groups. Easy to learn and play, with little preparation.

    Telephone Pictionary – Similar to the game of telephone! See how distorted the flip books become as each person goes through it.

    Thirteen / Tienlen / Tien Len – Singles, doubles, triples, runs and bombs- Great strategic card game for four players.

    Toilet Paper Mummy – Wrap someone in toilet paper as quickly and neatly as possible!

    Two Truths and a Lie – Which sentence is a lie? A fun guessing game, great way for people to get to know one another.

    Video Scavenger Hunt – Travel to different places and record as many actions as you can from the list.

    War – Easy to play card game, which can be played by 2 or more people.

    Water Balloon Bottle Race – Summer water balloon game to play out in a field.

    What Can You Buy – Buy the best items you can get within a budget of only $5!

    Where the Wind Blows – Great icebreaker group game- find out what people have never done before.

    Zoom In Game – Guess what the item is, zoomed in – Great Powerpoint game for medium and large groups!





    31/07/2017

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    10 Best Car Games for Kids #travel #to #vietnam

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    Banish backseat boredom without spending a dime By Suzanne Rowan Kelleher

    Road Trips

    Keep kids entertained with toys, games, and apps. (Flickr: jencu)

    What do parents dread most about family road trips . It’s not the cost of filling up the gas tank. It’s also not traffic or toll roads or Sunday drivers. It’s the thought of their own little cherubs stuck together in tight quarters for hours. Oh, the backseat squabbling. The poking. The whining. The impatient cries of “Are we there yet?” Just. make. it. stop.

    Luckily, there are lots of ways to keep kids happily entertained and enjoying each other’s company . And the best part? You can achieve it without spending a dime. Here are our picks for the 10 best free car games for kids:

    1. I Spy. “I spy with my little eye, something red.” This easy-to-learn game is perfect for preschoolers, and can keep them entertained for unbelievably long periods of time. The directions are simple: One person spies something and recites the line, ending in a clue. Everyone else takes turns trying to guess the mystery item.

    2. Road Trip Bingo . This fun game combines bingo with a scavenger hunt. Give each child a flat surface, such as a clipboard or hardcover book, to put on his or her lap. Each player gets a free printable bingo card and a zip-lock bag with 16 pennies. When a player spies an item on his card, he covers the picture with a penny. Just like in regular bingo, the first player to cover all the squares in a straight line wins.





    31/07/2017

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    5 Games for the Road: How to Pass the Time With

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    5 Games for the Road: How to Pass the Time With Nothing But Your Fellow Travelers for Entertainment

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    Bus and train trips, flights, delays in airports and train stations, hostels without TV or much light; the list of situations where a traveler has time to kill is long. That’s right — travel is not always exciting. There will be dull downtimes, and you may not always be able to read a good book. play road trip bingo, do crossword puzzles, or doodle in your journal .

    That’s when you need a good repertoire of games to spontaneously play with your fellow travelers. Some will be popular games that you can find online and long-forgotten games from your childhood, and you might be surprised just how necessary they’ll be — and how much fun you’ll have — when you want to fill some of those inevitably empty hours on the road.

    A quick confession: I’m a bit of a game geek anyway, and an English teacher to boot, so I’ve been known to start these games even at parties. But I promise that they have all been road tested on a real road, somewhere in Tunisia, Finland, Canada or Germany or any place where I was bored and without a book.

    #1 I Spy

    You’ve probably all played I Spy a long time ago, but I recommend dredging it back up from your long-term memory. If you can’t, it starts off like this: “I spy, with my little eye, something beginning with A”, and the other players have to guess what object you can see. I’ve played this in hostels (especially those hostel living rooms that have trinkets from all over the world gathering dust there), on train rides and in planes, but it didn’t work too well in the desert. “I spy sand.”

    How to play: I like to limit each person to three or four guesses. Otherwise, they’ll exhaust every item in the room that starts with “B” and you’ll soon run out of objects to use. I also like the jet lag variation — play it in a dark room at night when you can’t sleep because your body’s on some other clock, and see if you can actually remember what’s in the room around you.

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    #2 Donna’s Alphabet Game

    This is not the official name, but it’s the way I like to remember it after my old school friend Donna got a car load of us playing this on a stop-start motorway in southwest England. It’s simple, as long as you’re traveling on a road with signs (and even better, advertising) and these signs use our alphabet. Don’t try it in the western provinces of China, for example.

    How to play: Logically, Donna’s Alphabet Game starts with A. Be the first person to spot the letter “A” in a sign and yell out the word: “A is in motorwAy!” Continue with B and get right through to Z. It sounds easy, but there will be a few tricky letters, and if you’re playing in a non-English speaking country then pronouncing the words will be a lot of fun, too. The way we play, there’s no winner — anybody can scream out the next letter when they see it — but natural competitiveness spurs everybody on anyway.

    #3 Stadt, Land, Fluss: City, Country, River

    This game has a German name because my German friends taught it to me — which is also perhaps why it always strikes me as being a bit intellectual, but still a lot of fun. It’s also a highly appropriate game for travelers to play because their geographical knowledge should be a bit better than average.

    How to play: Choose three or four categories like the names of a city, country, river or lake. To be honest, I’m terrible with rivers so I always change the river category to something completely different — often food, because I like to talk about food. Take it in turns to challenge another player to think of a city, country and river all starting with a particular letter. If your friend challenges you with “D”, for example, you can win by getting out Dubai, Denmark and Danube in under sixty seconds — or whatever time limit you and your bored mates decide on.

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    #4 Twenty Questions

    An oldie but a goodie, and you can make it topical by restricting the choice of “What am I?” to be something related to the region in which you’re traveling. I did have a friend, though, who would choose objects like “pyramid” while traveling through Egypt or “chocolate” in Switzerland, and then we could have made it just two questions rather than twenty.

    How to play: Someone chooses an object, and everyone else asks them questions about it, but the only permitted answers are “Yes” or “No”. (Or in my rules, “irrelevant”, if I think saying yes or no will send the guessers along a completely wrong path I like to play fair!). If you’re playing with a group, whoever guesses the item correctly can choose the next word.

    #5 For RTW Trippers: Kalgoorlie, Balladonia

    I think it was my father who started this game when our family took a driving holiday across Australia. We were gone about two months and my sister and I, being about ten and twelve years old, needed a lot of entertainment.

    How to play: This game only works with your traveling companions, and only on long trips. It’s more of a challenge than a game, but it always works for me. Simply start with the name of the town you stayed in first. On our trans-Australia trip, it was the gold mining town of Kalgoorlie. You then try to name every other town you’ve stayed in, in chronological order. My sister and I were experts at this all those years ago, but today I can only remember the first and second stops.

    There are tons of other word and guessing games you can play in those bored moments of travel, and you can adapt these games with endless variations, too. And while it might seem like just a way to kill time, playing games like these is something I really love about traveling. It’s almost as if we don’t give ourselves permission to have that kind of fun if we’re at home in our “real lives”.

    Anyway, I’m very keen to learn some new games, too, so leave your favorite travel game tips in the comments. I promise to road test them soon.





    31/07/2017

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    Enjoy the best mobile and tablet games on GameHouse! #travel #advisor.com

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    Play your way at GameHouse

    Free Online Games, Download Games, PC Games, Mac Games, and Mobile Games – It’s good to game!

    It’s good to game! That’s our motto at GameHouse, and we’re sure you ll agree. On GameHouse, you can find the hottest game releases, including all of your favorite download games and online games for both Windows and Mac, from the top game publishers of the world. So explore the site. You ll find free games in all of your favorite genres including Hidden Object, Puzzle, Time Management, Match 3 games and more.

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    Play Your Way at GameHouse.

    We want you to be able to play your games anywhere, anytime. That’s why we’re offering more and more games for mobile phones and tablets on GameHouse. Do you like to play games on your Android phone, iPhone, iPad or other tablets? GameHouse is the place to be! Enjoy our wide variety of games and get ready for hours of fun on your personal device! You can find our mobile games on our website, but also via the usual app store channels.

    Love to play online and download games as much as we do? Then you ll really love the budget-friendly memberships we created for game lovers like you. FunPass and FunTicket Duo are some of the best deals around. And you don’t have to choose a one-size-fits-all game plan either. At GameHouse, you call the shots.

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    Choose the GameHouse membership right for you. Want to buy and own your download games? Check out our FunTicket Duo membership to get FunTickets redeemable for games of your choice. Prefer to play over 2,300+ games as much as you want? Then a FunPass membership is right for you. The choice is yours.

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    This is GameHouse.

    The GameHouse mission is simple. We want to enrich your lives through games and experiences that are fun and worth sharing.





    29/07/2017

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    VbGames – Learn to make games in VB

    Included with your purchase!

    The Memory Card game (VB source code) is included with your purchase. which is a popular memory game.

    Memory Card game using one deck of playing cards. The object of the game is to match as many cards as you can by turning the cards face up in pairs of the same value.

    At the beginning of play turn two cards face up, one at a time. If they are a pair, such as 2 Aces or 2 Threes, you matched the two cards. See if you can turn up another pair. Keep on playing until you turn up all cards.

    As the game continues, you will be able to remember the positions and values of some of the cards that have been turned up. If your memory is good, you will be able to find the cards you need to make pairs.

    Test your skills against the clock! The game ends when all the cards have been made into pairs.

    The Memory Card game is an excellent resource to Learn How to Program VB Games!

    Testimonials

    I have been trying to find a course to help me learn how to create games in VB.Net and this was very easy to follow and the examples were straight forward.

    I would recommend this course for anyone who would like a step-by-step approach to learn how to program games in VB. The examples in this course will teach you practical things you can include in your projects.





    08/07/2017

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    Travel Game Idea Zone – Travel Games and Car Trip Activities

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    Travel Games Make Car Trips Easy and Fun!

    Remember going on car trips when you were a kid? Do you have fond memories of traveling to new and exciting places, camping out, staying in motels, and having a chance to spend some special time with your family? If so, you probably remember the endlessly long drives, the fighting with your brothers and sisters, and the constant Are we there yet? feeling.

    Travel games and activities are a terrific way to help everyone enjoy car trips and to make the ride special for the kids. We can help you find a travel game to fit your family. including kid’s travel games that are fun for the adults too. You can select lively travel games, or find activities that are perfect for some quiet time. We’ve got kid’s travel games for any size family–whether you have just one child, or a whole gang!

    So, if you’re planning on a long car trip–or just a ride to Grandma’s house–come on in and browse the travel games. And if you want, suggest a travel game of your own!

    Wheel Lottery

    Use a marker to write numbers evenly around the side of one of the tires on the car. Each person chooses a number. Every time the car stops during your car trip, check the tire and see which number is closest to the ground. If it’s your number, you are the winner.

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    Travel Games for All Ages Travel Games for 2 or More Players Competitive Travel Games

    One for Each Letter

    First pick a category: food, body parts, things you wear, car models, girl’s names, boy’s names, etc. Then everyone takes turns thinking of items in the category, in order of the alphabet. For instance, if the category was food, the first person could say “apple,” the second person could say “bread,” the third person could say “cheese,” etc. Keep going until someone can’t think of an answer that starts with their letter, then go on to a new category. Another version of this game is to name a category and have everyone say an item that starts with “a.” Take turns naming items that start with “a” until someone can’t think of any more. Then move on to the letter “b.”

    Travel Games for Ages 6-12 Travel Games for 2 or More Players Competitive Travel Games

    Changes

    Select one person and have them look around the car carefully and try to remember everything they see. Then have them close their eyes. Change something in the car so it’s different from before. Then have them open their eyes and try to figure out what is different.

    Travel Games for All Ages Travel Games for 2 or More Players Cooperative Travel Games

    Fortunately-Unfortunately

    Everyone helps create a story that goes back and forth from “good news” to “bad news.” For example, the first person starts out by saying “There once was a girl who lived in a beautiful castle….” The next person continues: “Unfortunately—the castle was attacked by a fire-breathing dragon….” Then the next person says “Fortunately, a huge thunderstorm started, putting out the dragon’s fire….” The story continues, going back and forth between fortunate and unfortunate things.

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    Travel Games for Ages 6 and Older Travel Games for 2 or More Players Cooperative Travel Games Creative Travel Games





    06/07/2017

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    Great Family Travel Games for Kids

    By Katherine Lee. School-Age Children Expert

    Katherine Lee is a former editor at Parenting and Working Mother magazines, and the mother of a 12-year-old son. She has written and edited numerous articles and essays on parenting and children’s health and development for What to Expect, Parenting, Working Mother, Wondertime, Ladies’ Home Journal. EverydayHealth.com, Sprig.com and About.com. Katherine is a regular contributor to BlogTalkRadio’s Parenting RoundAbout. a weekly podcast featuring About.com parenting experts talking about news and information relevant to parents today.

    Here are some ideas for great travel games for kids to try on your next family trip.

    1. Last Letter, First Letter

    Word games can be particularly useful — not to mention fun — for kids who tend to get sick while focusing on something like a book or a DVD. Any family travel game that involves looking out the window can help prevent car sickness. My family loves to play a game we invented called last letter, first letter.

    Then the next player has to name an animal that starts with the last letter of the animal that was just named (say, antelope), and so on. When someone gets stuck, that person gets a strike. When any player gets three strikes, they are out. The winner is the person who is still remaining after everyone else is out. Tip: Parents may want to help younger grade-schoolers. A 5-year-old probably won’t be able to keep up with an older sibling or adults in the car, so adult help is always a good idea. Older kids with bigger vocabularies will be able to throw more difficult words into the mix.

    Continue Reading Below

    2. I Spy

    An oldie but a goodie. Kids will love taking turns guessing and spying when playing this travel game.

    To play: One player starts by describing something he or she spies, usually outside the car. The spied object can be described using letters, as in I spy with my little eye something that begins with the letter c. Then each player takes turns taking guesses such as cow, cornfield, and so on, until someone correctly guesses the answer, such as cloud. Another variation of the game is to describe the spied object with a color, such as I spy with my little eye something white to describe the cloud.

    3. Twenty Questions

    This is another classic car or travel game that is great to play with kids.

    To play: One player picks an object (players can decide beforehand whether or not to narrow down the choices by having the questions answerer state the category of the answer. So, for example, the answerer can say, I m thinking of a place (you can decide that your categories are occupations, places, animals, etc.). Then the other players each take turns asking questions that may help narrow down the possibilities, such as Is it bigger than a breadbox? or Is it edible?

    4. Travel Chess, Checkers, Board Games

    Another excellent way to have fun on the road is by playing a travel game version of a favorite family board game such as Scrabble or Yahtzee. Get one of these top travel games for families or a travel game size chess, checkers, and backgammon set, and your family is sure to look forward to the trip as much as they are to getting to where you’re going.

    5. Math Games for the Road

    From spotting numbers to estimating the cost of meals to calculating how much change you should receive when purchasing something, a family trip can be the perfect opportunity for grade-school age children to try out some math skills with some road trip math games .

    6. Travel Game Print Outs

    Finally, check out these kids travel games to print out compiled by About.com s Family Vacations Expert. Her suggestions for these games, which are a great alternative to handheld video games, DVDs and other electronic entertainment, are a fantastic idea. And travel game printouts of games such as tic-tac-toe, connect the dots, and word puzzles can also challenge kids’ minds as they have fun.

    7. A Kids CD or an Audiobook

    While kids CDs and DVDs aren t technically travel games for kids, they can be invaluable for some zone-out entertainment in between fun travel games for kids. If you re traveling by car and have a built-in DVD player, that can be an excellent way to pass some time as long as your kids don t get carsick from focusing on the screen while the car is moving.

    If your family travel plans are to go by airplane or train, a laptop that plays movies can be a very handy thing. (And as parents know, iPods can be a lifesaver when it comes to entertaining kids; but the small screen might not be great for viewing a full-length movie, especially if more than one child is crowding around it.)

    You can also bring CDs of excellent children s music or books or download them onto your iPod. For music, try these great kids CDs that grownups will also enjoy. And for audio books, try these top 6 ones to enjoy at home and on vacation. compiled by Elizabeth Kennedy, About.com s Children s Books Expert.





    14/06/2017

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    Great Family Travel Games for Kids #switzerland #travel

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    Great Family Travel Games for Kids

    By Katherine Lee. School-Age Children Expert

    Katherine Lee is a former editor at Parenting and Working Mother magazines, and the mother of a 12-year-old son. She has written and edited numerous articles and essays on parenting and children’s health and development for What to Expect, Parenting, Working Mother, Wondertime, Ladies’ Home Journal. EverydayHealth.com, Sprig.com and About.com. Katherine is a regular contributor to BlogTalkRadio’s Parenting RoundAbout. a weekly podcast featuring About.com parenting experts talking about news and information relevant to parents today.

    Here are some ideas for great travel games for kids to try on your next family trip.

    1. Last Letter, First Letter

    Word games can be particularly useful — not to mention fun — for kids who tend to get sick while focusing on something like a book or a DVD. Any family travel game that involves looking out the window can help prevent car sickness. My family loves to play a game we invented called last letter, first letter.

    Then the next player has to name an animal that starts with the last letter of the animal that was just named (say, antelope), and so on. When someone gets stuck, that person gets a strike. When any player gets three strikes, they are out. The winner is the person who is still remaining after everyone else is out. Tip: Parents may want to help younger grade-schoolers. A 5-year-old probably won’t be able to keep up with an older sibling or adults in the car, so adult help is always a good idea. Older kids with bigger vocabularies will be able to throw more difficult words into the mix.

    Continue Reading Below

    2. I Spy

    An oldie but a goodie. Kids will love taking turns guessing and spying when playing this travel game.

    To play: One player starts by describing something he or she spies, usually outside the car. The spied object can be described using letters, as in I spy with my little eye something that begins with the letter c. Then each player takes turns taking guesses such as cow, cornfield, and so on, until someone correctly guesses the answer, such as cloud. Another variation of the game is to describe the spied object with a color, such as I spy with my little eye something white to describe the cloud.

    3. Twenty Questions

    This is another classic car or travel game that is great to play with kids.

    To play: One player picks an object (players can decide beforehand whether or not to narrow down the choices by having the questions answerer state the category of the answer. So, for example, the answerer can say, I m thinking of a place (you can decide that your categories are occupations, places, animals, etc.). Then the other players each take turns asking questions that may help narrow down the possibilities, such as Is it bigger than a breadbox? or Is it edible?

    4. Travel Chess, Checkers, Board Games

    Another excellent way to have fun on the road is by playing a travel game version of a favorite family board game such as Scrabble or Yahtzee. Get one of these top travel games for families or a travel game size chess, checkers, and backgammon set, and your family is sure to look forward to the trip as much as they are to getting to where you’re going.

    5. Math Games for the Road

    From spotting numbers to estimating the cost of meals to calculating how much change you should receive when purchasing something, a family trip can be the perfect opportunity for grade-school age children to try out some math skills with some road trip math games .

    6. Travel Game Print Outs

    Finally, check out these kids travel games to print out compiled by About.com s Family Vacations Expert. Her suggestions for these games, which are a great alternative to handheld video games, DVDs and other electronic entertainment, are a fantastic idea. And travel game printouts of games such as tic-tac-toe, connect the dots, and word puzzles can also challenge kids’ minds as they have fun.

    7. A Kids CD or an Audiobook

    While kids CDs and DVDs aren t technically travel games for kids, they can be invaluable for some zone-out entertainment in between fun travel games for kids. If you re traveling by car and have a built-in DVD player, that can be an excellent way to pass some time as long as your kids don t get carsick from focusing on the screen while the car is moving.

    If your family travel plans are to go by airplane or train, a laptop that plays movies can be a very handy thing. (And as parents know, iPods can be a lifesaver when it comes to entertaining kids; but the small screen might not be great for viewing a full-length movie, especially if more than one child is crowding around it.)

    You can also bring CDs of excellent children s music or books or download them onto your iPod. For music, try these great kids CDs that grownups will also enjoy. And for audio books, try these top 6 ones to enjoy at home and on vacation. compiled by Elizabeth Kennedy, About.com s Children s Books Expert.





    11/05/2017

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    Fun Roadtrip Games #southern #travels

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    Fun

    Fun Roadtrip Games! Free and Printable for Family Vacations!

    At last! A website designed for specially for parents who are planning a roadtrip with kids. The question all parents dread on family vacations is Are we nearly there, yet? . Especially when we are only 10 minutes into the roadtrip! Long roadtrips, and travel in general, can also be very boring for adults and teens so we have included a massive range of games, puzzles and quizzes to suit all ages from Preschoolers to Kindergarten kids, the under 12 children to travel wise teenagers.

    Free Fun Roadtrip Games – Quizzes – Puzzles

    Word Games – Wordsearch – Crosswords – Trivia

    Discover the secret to Stress Free Roadtrips and Travel

    Fun Educational Games for all ages – Free and Printable!

    Our roadtrip games are not only fun but are also educational! Our massive selection of fun roadtrip games include additonal activities such as funbrain puzzles, funny trivia quizzes, cool word games, crosswords, classic word search, reading games and unusual math games to test your multiplication skills. We have even provided fun roadtrip Coloring Pages for the young kids on a family vacation! Free Printable Worksheets and free Activity sheets are also available!

    Fun Roadtrip Games!

    Fun Roadtrip Games to take the stress out of car, road trips and other forms of travel





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  • Fun Roadtrip Games for Adults #travel #nursing

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    Fun Roadtrip Games

    Fun for the Adults!

    Fun Roadtrip Games, Puzzles and Quizzes for the Grownups!

    Our Free, Fun Roadtrip Games, Puzzles and Quizzes for adults are the perfect addition to your family vacation for travel and road trip planning for the grownups! Our free roadtrip Games, Puzzles and Quizzes for the grownups to play in the car include the Minister’s Cat, Consequences, Chinese Whispers, Soapbox and the Definitions Game.

    Fun Roadtrip Games for Adults! Our Fun Travel Activities are suitable for car, train and plane trips!

    Fun Roadtrip Games for Adults!

    Fun Roadtrip Games for Adults to take the stress out of car, road trips and other forms of travel

  • Fun Roadtrip Games for Adults, Puzzles and Quizzes for all the Family
  • Fun Roadtrip Games for Adults – Perfect for family travel, fun roadtrip games, and travel activities!
  • Trivia Quizzes and games for all ages for a fun roadtrip!
  • Check you car insurance and get some online travel insurance quotes for a family vacation and fun roadtrip travel plans!





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    10 Best Car Games for Kids #travel #supplies

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    Banish backseat boredom without spending a dime By Suzanne Rowan Kelleher

    Road Trips

    Keep kids entertained with toys, games, and apps. (Flickr: jencu)

    What do parents dread most about family road trips . It’s not the cost of filling up the gas tank. It’s also not traffic or toll roads or Sunday drivers. It’s the thought of their own little cherubs stuck together in tight quarters for hours. Oh, the backseat squabbling. The poking. The whining. The impatient cries of “Are we there yet?” Just. make. it. stop.

    Luckily, there are lots of ways to keep kids happily entertained and enjoying each other’s company . And the best part? You can achieve it without spending a dime. Here are our picks for the 10 best free car games for kids:

    1. I Spy. “I spy with my little eye, something red.” This easy-to-learn game is perfect for preschoolers, and can keep them entertained for unbelievably long periods of time. The directions are simple: One person spies something and recites the line, ending in a clue. Everyone else takes turns trying to guess the mystery item.

    2. Road Trip Bingo . This fun game combines bingo with a scavenger hunt. Give each child a flat surface, such as a clipboard or hardcover book, to put on his or her lap. Each player gets a free printable bingo card and a zip-lock bag with 16 pennies. When a player spies an item on his card, he covers the picture with a penny. Just like in regular bingo, the first player to cover all the squares in a straight line wins.





    29/04/2017

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    Kids Travel Games: Free Educational Games for Kids: Geography, Travel, Science

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    Kids Travel Games

    Are you looking for great kids travel games to keep children entertained and prepared for your next travels?

    Or are your children geography buffins like my kids?

    Do you like to play map match games and IQ Travel games and are tired of always playing the same games? Have a look here, we have browsed the internet and found lots of interesting (and safe) pages for you!

    Free and safe Online Games for Kids

    In this section you will find interesting and challenging games for kids which are not only fun to play but also educational.

    All the mentioned games have been tested by children and only the travel games for kids which were approved and recommended by them are listed in this section.

    So have fun playing!

    Just click on your preferred games section below, then you will find a listing of interesting free and safe kids games.

    Geography Games

    Here you will find various Map Match Games, Travel IQ Games, Test your World Travel Knowledge and Global Travel Games.

    Click for our Geography Games listing here.

    Car Travel Games

    Don’t get bored during long trips! Just have a look at out great car travel games section. There are great links to useful games and free prinable car games for your travels.

    Click for Fun Car Games for Kids here.

    Fun Science Games

    The World in your pocket. There is so much to learn about explorers and scientific discoveries, so be prepared for some real fun educational games to help you for your social sciences and natural science projects.

    Click for great Science Games for Kids here.





    26/03/2017

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    Fun Roadtrip Games #vacation #deals

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    Fun Roadtrip Games! Free and Printable for Family Vacations!

    At last! A website designed for specially for parents who are planning a roadtrip with kids. The question all parents dread on family vacations is Are we nearly there, yet? . Especially when we are only 10 minutes into the roadtrip! Long roadtrips, and travel in general, can also be very boring for adults and teens so we have included a massive range of games, puzzles and quizzes to suit all ages from Preschoolers to Kindergarten kids, the under 12 children to travel wise teenagers.

    Free Fun Roadtrip Games – Quizzes – Puzzles

    Word Games – Wordsearch – Crosswords – Trivia

    Discover the secret to Stress Free Roadtrips and Travel

    Fun Educational Games for all ages – Free and Printable!

    Our roadtrip games are not only fun but are also educational! Our massive selection of fun roadtrip games include additonal activities such as funbrain puzzles, funny trivia quizzes, cool word games, crosswords, classic word search, reading games and unusual math games to test your multiplication skills. We have even provided fun roadtrip Coloring Pages for the young kids on a family vacation! Free Printable Worksheets and free Activity sheets are also available!

    Fun Roadtrip Games!

    Fun Roadtrip Games to take the stress out of car, road trips and other forms of travel





  • 23/03/2017

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  • Adult Group Games #travel #house

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    Adult Group Games

    Adult Group Games

    Ah Um Game – Kick the ah, um habit and avoid these words in natural conversation.

    Alphabet Back Game – Trace the letter on your partner’s back and have them guess the secret letter!

    Baby Food Guessing Game – Sample baby food and guess what flavor is in each jar!

    Battle of the Sexes – Test each teams’ knowledge of the opposite gender- sports, fashion and more!

    The Best Game – This game showcases hidden and incredibly random talents and skills.

    Build Tower Game – Great creative group game- See whose team can build the highest tower using newspapers!

    Cake Decorating Challenge – Use your decorating skills in this fun activity! Good game for bridal showers and large groups.

    Charades – Guess the secret word/phrase using only actions!

    Company Slogan and Tagline Game – Test your corporate slogan tagline knowledge now!

    The Dating Game – Fun icebreaker game for groups who know each other well.

    Dictionary Game – Try to guess which definition is correct- or be fooled by other teams!

    Duct Tape Game – Tape your teammate on a wall using duct tape!

    Egg Drop – Brainstorm, plan, and protect your eggs from being smashed.

    Egyptian War – Classic easy to play card game- similar to slap jack, but with a twist!

    Electricity – Squeeze your teammate’s hand as quickly as possible- only if the coin comes up as heads!

    Fishbowl – Fun-filled word and memory game- Charades, Taboo and Password combined! Little preparation required.

    Food Challenge Cook-Off – Great bonding activity for adults. Create a 2-course meal with the secret ingredient.

    Fruit Salad – Good icebreaker game, especially for kids. Easy to learn and play, with little preparation.

    Halloween Charades – Show off your acting skills, Halloween-styled! Easy word list provided, ready to print.

    Halloween Pictionary – Guess the secret word or phrase using only your teammate’s drawing, Halloween-styled!

    Halloween Telephone Charades – Funny icebreaker game, especially for larger groups. Easy to learn and play, with little preparation.

    Halloween Trivia – Test your Halloween knowledge!

    Human Knot – As a team, untangle yourselves to form a full circle again.

    Interview Game – A great icebreaker game, especially for newcomers.

    Jeopardy Powerpoint Template – A free Jeopardy Powerpoint Template, ready to download and edit.

    Kick The Can – Fun active game to play on a large empty field or gym- especially for teenagers.

    Logo Game – The ultimate logo quiz- Test your logo knowledge now!

    Mall Disguise Scavenger Hunt – Find the people in your group dressed up in disguises! Fun game for large groups who know each other.

    Mall Scavenger Hunt – Fun game to play with a medium to large group. Photo scavenger hunt at a mall!

    Marshmallow Toss Game – Catch as many marshmallows in your mouth before the time runs out!

    The Number Game – Work as a team to display the numbers as quickly as possible.

    Picture Guess – Guess the secret word or phrase using only your teammate’s drawing.

    Photo Scavenger Hunt – Travel to different places to find the items on the list and take photos.

    Pumpkin Carving Contest – Use your design skills and create the best looking pumpkin!

    Purses, Pockets, and Wallets – Quickly search your purses, pockets, and wallets for the called item. Great team game.

    Rocket Experiment – Brainstorm, plan, and build a rocket with your team- without instructions! Great educational / critical thinking / brainstorming / teamwork game for high schoolers and adults.

    Salad Bowl – Fun indoor icebreaker game for children to adults! Easy to learn and play, with little preparation.

    Scavenger Hunt – Travel to different places and collect as many items on the list as you can.

    Slap Jack – Great card game- slap the jacks and any called cards.

    Song Title Game – Fun game for groups of people, especially those who know music well.

    Speed Scrabble – Use Scrabble tiles to create a crossword as quickly as possible! Fun, fast word game for a small group of people.

    Spoons – Get four of a kind and grab a spoon! Fast-paced card game that everyone can play.

    Sticks and Spoons – Using only sticks and spoons, try putting as many marbles in your cup as quickly as possible.

    Team Spoons – Work with your partner to call out spoons – or catch your opponents’ signals!

    Telephone Charades – Funny icebreaker game, especially for larger groups. Easy to learn and play, with little preparation.

    Telephone Pictionary – Similar to the game of telephone! See how distorted the flip books become as each person goes through it.

    Thirteen / Tienlen / Tien Len – Singles, doubles, triples, runs and bombs- Great strategic card game for four players.

    Toilet Paper Mummy – Wrap someone in toilet paper as quickly and neatly as possible!

    Two Truths and a Lie – Which sentence is a lie? A fun guessing game, great way for people to get to know one another.

    Video Scavenger Hunt – Travel to different places and record as many actions as you can from the list.

    War – Easy to play card game, which can be played by 2 or more people.

    Water Balloon Bottle Race – Summer water balloon game to play out in a field.

    What Can You Buy – Buy the best items you can get within a budget of only $5!

    Where the Wind Blows – Great icebreaker group game- find out what people have never done before.

    Zoom In Game – Guess what the item is, zoomed in – Great Powerpoint game for medium and large groups!





    12/02/2017

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