Maybe he could make it more tricky by only having a section of the car shown instead of the whole thing. He could have a big poster of 70 small pics of cars and the person who names the most wins a prize.
This one is an excellent idea
My son would stay at this stall, and pay for every turn, until he'd got them all right.
Ed would have to find a really unusual/unknown model or find pics of the interior taken at odd angles? to make it really hard as most boys I know can recognise cars from wheel trims or headlights etc.Silver29 wrote:
Anyway, my idea would be to adapt the old fashioned game of shove-a -penny into push-a-car. He could make a large grid & mark out the winning squares (he could even use pictures of cars for this, ie if you land on a ferrari you win 10p etc) Use matchbox cars as the play pieces.
In fact I'm going to make this myself
This would make a fortune !