THE ALPHABET GAME

Passengers must identify aloud all the letters of the alphabet in the correct order from the words they see outside: road signs, license plates, storefronts, lettering on vehicles, etc. The first to complete the 26 letters of the alphabet wins.Thus makes the Entertainment 

GUESS WHAT I’M THINKING

The first player finds a word in his head and says the first and last letter. It also gives a clue as to the nature of the word. For example, It starts with B, it ends with E and it’s a fruit! Whoever finds wins a point and takes care of the next riddle. Did you recognize the banana ?!

THE LONGEST SENTENCE

The driver of the car begins the sentence with a first word. The next player must then repeat that word and add a second. The third must repeat the first two words before adding his own and so on. For example, I / I am / I am a / I am a cat /… Those who are mistaken in the enumeration of the sentence are eliminated until only one winner remains that makes the players entertained.

WHEN I GO TO THE MARKET …

A variant of the longest sentence, this game starts with the first player who recites: “When I go to the market, I put in my little basket …” and names a food. The second player must take the sentence and the food, then add one of his own. The third player must repeat the sentence with the two foods, add his own, and so on.

THE PLAY OF COLORS

Color is given by the driver. Passengers should then find as many things as possible of that color on the outside of the vehicle. An object cannot be identified twice.

THE FIRST TO FIND …

The driver points to an object to find outside, for example, a yellow car, someone with a beard, a sign with a moose, etc. The first to find the object in question scores a point and designates the next object to find.

IT STARTS WITH …

The driver chooses a letter from the alphabet, and passengers take turns naming a word that begins with that letter until someone is no longer able to continue the sequence. This person is thus eliminated and the game can continue with the others with a new letter.

NEITHER YES NOR NO

A classic! During a defined period, passengers are not allowed to answer yes or no to questions put to them. People who forget are eliminated.

SMURF VERBS

During a given period, the passengers of the vehicle must replace and conjugate all the verbs in their sentences with the verb “Smurf”. 

FIND THE INTRUDER

A person in the car suggests a series of 5 words with an intruder. Whoever identifies it the fastest wins a point and submits the next sequence. For example 4 names of actors and the name of an unknown person, 4 Quebec cities and an international city, etc.

THE LOGICAL CONTINUATION

The driver starts with the first word. The other passengers must then take turns, as quickly as possible, with a word that makes them think of the last word heard. For example: Donut / Coffee / Tea / Leaves / Tree / Roots / Earth / Garden, etc. It’s a game that goes fast and can last a long time. The first player to repeat a word already heard is eliminated.

THE RHYMING GAME FOR ENTERTAINMENT

A word is chosen by the driver, and other passengers take turns finding rhyming words. For example: Van / Maisonette / Clarinet… Whoever is unable to continue the sequence is eliminated.

THE LICENSE PLATE GAME

Passengers must form complete words from the 3 letters of the license plates of the vehicles in front of them. For more or less difficulty, the letters may or may not have to be in the correct order. The first to say a word wins a point. For example: JNQ = Jonquille / PVN = Peony…

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