One of my friends with pre-teen children told me this:  “The last vacation we took was completely ruined by my kids playing too many video games.  We just couldn’t get them to interact with us.  The car trip for my husband and me was frustrating because we never had any conversation with the kids the whole road trip and not much out of the car, either.”

Ughhh.. .I am sure you can relate to this (although I hope not).

My friend went on:  “Seriously, it was an absolute disaster.  It was so frustrating.  It all started with the car trip.  The kids’ grandma gave them ipads for Christmas.  We mistakenly let them have their ipads for the trip and they played games every single second it seemed like.  At every restaurant, in the morning in the hotel room and they even wanted to take the ipads to the beach!  I missed their company and they were right there with us!  It was a battle to get them to stop playing games.  It was a battle to get them to do anything that wasn’t on their ipad.”

Luckily, we have an interesting solution that I am hoping can help you the way it did my friend.

Imagine if your kids thought the car trip was the BEST PART of the whole vacation??  It is possible.

11 games to play with people in a car.  Safe for drivers to participate.  Can also be played around a table.  Suitable for youth, teens, seniors and adults
This CD has 11 games to play with people in a car. Safe for drivers to participate. Can also be played around a table. Suitable for youth, teens, adults and seniors

Improv for the Car is the solution to bring your family back together having fun and enjoying every part of the vacation… starting with the road trip.


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