Classic Tic-Tac-Toe specially designed for pre schoolers and primary students.
Tic-Tac-Toe, or Noughts and Crosses, is a simple turn-based strategy game of two players, where each of them tries to be the first to form a line of three same elements in a 3×3 grid.
This version is designed for preschool and primary students in mind, using bugs to draw their attention and involving them to partake in problem solving.
This game features 12 insects: a bee, a spider, a snail, a woodlouse, a ladybug, a scorpion, an ant, a dragonfly, a butterfly, a fly, a caterpillar and a grasshopper. The goal is to form a line of three of the same bugs, be it horizontal, vertical or diagonal…before your opponent does it first.
In this game, children will learn how to:
– Maintain concentration and attention.
– Plan and form viable strategies.
– Develop logical thinking by and from anticipating their opponent’s moves.
– Develop spatial ability through the disposition of bugs on board.
The first level aims to teach the basics of the game, where the child must only select an insect to start playing. The other levels raise the opponent’s difficulty, making it more challenging.
This game was designed by educators and educational psychologists with ample experience in working with children.