Traditional outdoor play.
Create a grid on a flat service. The outline can be traditional or you can create your own.
You can put any number sequence you like in the squares.
Each player needs to find a small stone to use.
Remember to agree the rules before you start!
Play noughts and crosses .
If you have chalk draw a grid if not use sticks for the grid, leaves and stones for the noughts and crosses.
This strategy game will teach you mathematical skills such as probability and chance.
- Does it matter who goes first?
- What happens if you increase the size of the grid?
- What other changes could you make to this game? Let me know please.