First, explain the game to your child and start by naming a continent, country, state, town, street, or body of water that begins with the letter A (“Atlantic Ocean”). Then, ask your child to think about what letter that word ended with (in this case, “N”) and say a geographical location that begins with that letter, and so on. Eg. After "Atlantic Ocean", your child might say "New York," then you might say, "Kansas," etc.
This is a wonderful game to play while commuting or on a long trip. Older children might be able to track or look up places on a map. For younger children, you can simplify the game by following the alphabet – i.e., if you start by saying something that starts with the letter “A,” have your child follow with something that starts with the letter “B,” and so on.