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Bean Bag Tic-Tac-Toe
Sent in by: Melanie of Greenville, SC

A larger-than-life tic-tac-toe game.

Instead of with pencil and paper, this game is played with tape and bean bags. The bean bags should be in two different colors or labeled with x's and o's.

First, ask a grown-up for permission to make a big tic-tac-toe board on the floor using masking tape.

To play, two people or two teams decide whether they are x's or o's. Then, they take turns throwing a bean bag into a square. They can move all around the sides of the board; they just need to make sure that they stand back about two feet from the sides.

If a bean bag lands in the same square as the other person's or on a line, it doesn't count.

Just like in regular tic-tac-toe, the first person or team to get three in a row wins.


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