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Valentine’s Tic Tac Toe Game

We love Valentine’s at our house. All the red, pink, and heart-shaped goodies! So of course we have to find fun ways to play heart-shaped games. How about a festive game of Valentine’s Tic Tac Toe!

Heart Shaped Tic Tac Toe Game @makeandtakes.com

With just a few simple supplies you’ll have a perfect game to play with the kiddies.

Tic Tac Heart Poster for Kid's Games @makeandtakes.com

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This would make a great game in a classroom setting, a fun Valentine’s Party Idea!

Playing a Heart Tic Tac Toe Game @makeandtakes.com

For the full tutorial, I’m contributing over at Alpha Mom. Come on over to Alpha Mom’s – Once Upon a Holiday to see how we created this fun Valentines Tic Tac Toe Game!

For the bean bags: you can either sew them up quick with a few beans inside or here is a no-sew bean bag tutorial that is super simple.

29 comments

  1. Thanks so much for sharing this great craft/game! You just helped me find a game for my son’s 1st grade class Valentine’s Party. I will also be making the pretzels too!!! Thanks so much!

  2. I loved this idea….read your comments from others and saw someone mention using it for special needs kids. My daughter teaches early childhood special ed and I shared your idea with her…and she and her team teacher are making this as I type. They were delighted….Thanks for sharing such a cool idea.

  3. I just wanted to tell you that I made Scones for the first time last night and my boy asked me what they were cuz they looked nothing like the Scones he grew up with. So we Google’d and found your Fried Scones and came to the realization that those were the only type of Scones he knew. I’d never even heard of Fried Scones before but they sure look yummy and made my his day! :)

  4. Marie,
    Oh I LOVE this idea. It is perfect for my special needs students as well. What a great way to make tic tac toe fun! Thanks for the idea! Thanks too for pointing us to the site. That’s a new one to me and I think I can find some good things for my class there. ~Shelly~

  5. Hi, I love following your blog, though I don’t blog myself. You have so many neat ideas for little ones, though some are still mature for my daugher.

    I have decided to do some felt things for my kids. Where do you buy your felt? Do you have a favorite size that you like to buy?

    Thanks,
    Annette

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