Monday, September 07, 2015

Fall Tic Tac Toe Light Table Activity

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Switch things up with this fall tic tac toe light table activity for kids!

Ah, September, how are you already here?

I love fall and I love watching the leaves change colors, which, sadly, I already have one tree that started changing colors in early August! And the weather this weekend is definitely reflective of fall weather. 

So we're embracing fall, even on the light table with this beautiful - and festive - fall tic tac toe activity idea!

Fall tic tac toe light table activity for kids

Fall Tic Tac Toe Light Table Activity: What You'll Need

You'll only need two materials to try this light table activity yourself. Bonus: you can easily find both items at dollar stores! You'll need:

  • Translucent cocktail stirrers (similar to these), but you could always use a dry erase marker instead to draw lines on your light table

Fall tic tac toe on the light table

How to Play Fall Tic Tac Toe on the Light Table

Simply use the cocktail stirrers to build a 3 x 3 grid or draw the game board directly on the light table using a dry erase marker.

Pick two colors of leaves to replace the traditional Xs and Os. Each player gets a color.

Then simply play as if you were playing any other game of Tic Tac Toe. It's a bright and colorful version of the game, that's for sure! But J loved playing it against me over and over.

Fall light table activity for preschoolers

Fall light table activity for kids

Playing fall tic tac toe on the light table with kids

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This post was part of the Light & Reflections series. Here are other posts from the series:

Counting & Adding Acorns on the Light Table from Where Imagination Grows 

Autumn Lanterns from Frog in a Pocket

The kids will love this fall tic tac toe light table activity idea!

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