An X and an O--try for three in a row! Create a Crayola Color Explosion™ board and game pieces to play over and over. Perfect your strategy and become a Tic-Tac-Toe master!
With Crayola Color Explosion™ White Paper and Marker, draw five large X’s and five large O’s. Add cool designs to each letter with the marker. Use Crayola Scissors to cut out each X and O.
Use a ruler to mark nine identical squares on the back of Color Explosion Black Paper. Cut them out. On the front, add a wild multicolored border to each square using the Color Explosion Black Marker.
Arrange three rows of three black squares on a full sheet of Color Explosion White Paper to make your tic-tac-toe grid. Use a Crayola Glue Stick to attach the squares to the paper.
Add multicolored designs around the grid. Store your pieces in a zipper lock food storage bag—so you can take them wherever you go.
To play tic tac toe: Find a partner. Choose who will play X and who will play O. X player may go first. Take turns placing one piece on a black square on the game board. The first person to get three in a row wins! In case of a tie or standoff (sometimes called a "cat’s game"), clear the board and play again!
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