This tic tac toe game is a simple gift idea, travel game, fun for the backyard… it’s easy to make, and it’s inexpensive!
Materials needed: *Cutting Board (mine came from the Dollar Tree) *Flat marble rock/stones (mine came from the Dollar Tree) *Electrical or Gaffers Tape *Optional Sharpie *Optional Travel Bag
Start with the cutting board and add your electrical or gaffers tape to it to make the “#”. You could use a sharpie if you wanted as well.
Mine has been outside all year, & as you see in this picture it’s still holding together. We are in Colorado which means hot summers, snow in winters, wind, sun, and rain…
Pick out 2 shades of stones from your bag – for your “x” and “o”. Use a sharpie to draw the x and o on the bottom. You could leave them plain as long as you have 2 shades to tell the difference. We made 5 “x” and 5 “o” and that seems to be enough.
I put our whole set in a cinch bag and hang it on our gazebo with a carabiner. The bag keeps the game together and makes it easy for travel. I had my bag on hand, but you could get a zip lingerie bag from the Dollar Tree to keep the game together in.
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we have a simple little plastic tic tac toe game that I keep in the car, probably cost about 50c, but my daughter loves it. We play almost every morning in the school drop off line #happynow
Love those little things we do to keep our kids entertained during the waiting times. Thanks for stopping by.
Great idea and I love the simplicity.
Thank you so much Carol 🙂
Roseann Hampton says
Love how easy this is to put together! Thanks for sharing with us at The Blogger’s Pit Stop! Roseann from This Autoimmune Life
Thank you Roseann and thanks for stopping by. See you next week!
I love the old fashioned way the best. So super fun and perfect for traveling
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Thank you so much Angie and thanks for the invite.
I love playing tic tac toe, reminds me of my school days when we used to play it during free hours. I liked your easy to make tic tac toe, it is fun and can be played over and over again.
Thank you so much. I really love that you shared your memories with me, thank you for that as well. 🙂
Brilliant, more fun than just a scrap of paper and so simple.
Thank you so much Julie 🙂
What a darling idea! My grandkids love playing tic tac toe and this would be a nice one to have in the car. Thank you.
Thank you Amy and you’re so right – we have used this one in the car, waiting at restaurants, in the yard, … it’s so portable.