Thrive After Three

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Tic Tac Toe: The Felt Table Game

Tic Tac Toe Felt Table

For my winter felt table I decided to create a Tic Tac Toe game. I used fabric paint to make the lines in the board. I cut white snowmen and black snowflakes with my die cut machine. Kids of all ages have been having fun with this! My local preschool gave me the idea when they had Pumpkins vs. Ghosts near Halloween. You can really do this anytime of year with a seasonal theme.

Tic Tac Toe teaches children problem-solving and coping skills. Once children learn that the game should end in a draw, they’ve mastered it. For older children you can use the Frog on a Log cards and have children play Animals vs. Objects.

Tic Tac Toe with Frog on a Log Cards

For more Felt Table Ideas, click here to see how you can add this passive program to your children’s space.

2 comments on “Tic Tac Toe: The Felt Table Game

  1. MissBrittanyC
    December 17, 2015

    We have had a felt table at our library for about 3 months – the kiddos love it! With limited (abilities on my part) funds we have tangram sets in several colors. Add a few circles and the kids have a blast. Thank you for the inspiration!


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