Make an Origami TIC-TAC-TOE game with Board

This video shows how to make a paper Tic Tac Toe game with board for the blocks. It's not real difficult to fold and a great toy to play with.
The block-papers are yellow and red wrapping papers (cut into a square) taped together. The board-paper is a pink printer/copy/a4 size paper cut into a square
You can use any color combinations you like for making the blocks and board.
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Tic Tac Toe folding diagrams are available here: http://joostlangeveldorigami.nl/diagr...

See more here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sbIFeJzf0lM

Stand Up, Sit Down, Reverse

This is a fantastic review game for shapes, angles and more.

1) Draw the various shapes on the board.

2) Point to each shape and state its name.

3) Students duplicate the shape's name.

4) Say the wrong name for some shapes.

5) When you say the wrong name students must stand up, sit down and turn around at their desks as quick as they can.

6) The side that does this the fastest gets the point.

7) Play till the class appears confident naming the shapes.

If you have some slower kids simply select someone from each side to play rock, paper, scissors for the indicate avoid embarrassing a sluggish trainee that is last every time. This is a terrific game to obtain kids moving and to examine terms.

Draw the Teacher

This is a fun video game particularly for more youthful trainees.

1) Draw two blank bodies on the board.

2) Have 2 trainees respond to a concern.

2) Students address and come to the board to draw a body part.

3) The group with the craziest looking instructor wins the video game.

4) I usually tell them which body part to draw.

If you wish to extend the game make the students draw things like earrings, facial hair, hats, shirt logos etc.

3D Tic-Tac-Toe

This is a fun review video game that involves everybody.

1) Draw three blank tic-tac-toe boards on the board.

2) Divide the class into 2 teams.

3) Choose 2 trainees and inquire both a concern.

4) Students address the concerns and after that come to the board.

5) With the help of their group students pick where to put their X or O.

6) The group with the most lines at the end of the video game wins.

, if you want to extend the video game include more tic-tac-toe boards.
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This video shows how to make a paper Tic Tac Toe game with board for the blocks. It's not real difficult to fold and a great toy to play with.The block-papers are yellow and red wrapping papers (cut into a square) taped together. The board-paper is a pink printer/copy/a4 size paper cut into a squareYou can use any color comb...