Choose a player who has to keep a straight face no matter what. They have to name a simple object that they see, for example: “a tree”, “daddy’s nose”, “car radio” and so on. Than ask him silly questions at which he must always reply with the word he chose, but he have to keep a serious face.
The questions could be:
The player always has to answer with »daddy’s nose« for example and keep a straight face all the time. As soon as they smile, they loose. Than it’s your turn.
Someone picks a word to start with, such as “game”, “cookie”, “rock” and so on. The next player has to repeat that word and come up with another that rhymes with it.
If you want to make this super challenging, ad the additional rule that every player has to say all the rhyming words from the first one on. In that way it’s going to be harder and harder to remember all the words. That person who cant remember all the words or cant find the new rhyme, looses and has to star all over again with a new word.
The first person starts a conversation with a letter A, and the next person has to answer with a sentence that stars with B and so on.
And so on…
Call out the numbers on the license plate in the car in front of you and see who can add up the numbers the fastest. Whoever answers correctly gets one point. The winner is the one who reaches 10 points the quickest.
The oldest person has to hum a tune of a song and others should try to name the song as fast as possible. The person who guesses the name of a tune correctly wins and then it’s hers turn to hum a new tune.
Probably this is the most classic game of all time. If you want to play, look around choose an object (a landmark, forest, building…). Then you say: “I spy…with my little eye…something that begins with (insert the first letter of the object’s name).” Other players in the car should try to guess the object you chose. If you want, you can help them with some clues like saying “I spy…with my little eye…something that is (insert the colour of the object)” or “I spy…with my little eye…something that is made out of (insert the material of the object).”