Be the first to get three of your coins in a row.
¢ Five coins for two players (could also play teams)
-Mise en place:
¢ Draw a tic-tac-toe grid at the end of a table (10-20cm squares).
¢ One person slides their coins face down, then their opponent slides their coins face-up.
¢ If your coins lands in an unoccupied square it stays.
¢ If your coins lands in an occupied square you get your
¢ If your coin hits a coin out of a square that coin is returned to its rightful square.
¢ The object of the game is to get three in a row (horizontally, vertically, or diagonally).
¢ A cats game occurs when squares are occupied but there can be no winner. When that happens the coins are returned and a new game starts.
-Questions et notes:
¢ What ways seem to work best?
¢ How does it feel when it works? Does not work?