Otrio: Amped-up Tic-Tac-Toe

Otrio is a challenging and strategic re-thinking of tic-tac-toe. Compete against a challenger to get three in a row on a three-by-three board. Sound familiar? Otrio takes tic-tac-toe and dials it up to eleven.

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Use the wooden game board’s inlays to strategically arrange the colored circles in a winning pattern while simultaneously defending against up to three opponents.

There are several ways to claim victory: line up three circular pieces of your color in a row from big to small, sneak in three of the same-sized pieces in a row, or circle up three concentric pieces in the same space. With so many ways to win (or lose), Otrio turns a child’s game into a fully fledged strategy battle.

Competitive and thought stimulating, Otrio is a game for nimble-minded board gamers aged eight and up.

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Stand, Sit Down, Turn Around

This is a great evaluation game for shapes, angles and more.

1) Draw the various shapes on the board.

2) Point to each shape and say its name.

3) Students repeat the shape's name.

4) State the incorrect name for some shapes.

5) When you say the incorrect name students should stand up, take a seat 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 positive calling the shapes.

If you have some slower kids just choose someone from each side to play rock, paper, scissors for the indicate avoid embarrassing a slow student that is last whenever. This is a great video game to get kids moving and to review terms.

Draw the Teacher

This is a fun video game particularly for younger students.

1) Draw 2 blank bodies on the board.

2) Have two students respond to a concern.

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

3) The group with the craziest looking teacher wins the game.

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

If you wish to extend the video game make the students draw things like earrings, facial hair, hats, shirt logo designs and so on.

3D Tic-Tac-Toe

This is a fun review game that includes everybody.

1) Draw 3 blank tic-tac-toe boards on the board.

2) Divide the class into 2 teams.

3) Choose two trainees and ask them both a question.

4) Students respond to the questions and after that concern the board.

5) With the help of their group trainees choose where to put their X or O.

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

If you wish to extend the video game add more tic-tac-toe boards.
Otrio is a challenging and strategic re-thinking of tic-tac-toe. Compete against a challenger to get three in a row on a three-by-three board. Sound familiar? Otrio takes tic-tac-toe and dials it up to eleven.Buy here: https://www.vat19.com/item/otrio?adid...Please subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/vat19comHundreds more curiously awesome products:http://www.vat19.com/?adid=youtube*******************Use the wooden game board’s inlays to strategically arrange the colored circles in a winning pattern while simultaneously defending against up to three opponents.There are several ways to claim victory: line up three circular pieces of your color in a row from big to small, sneak in three of the same-sized pieces in a row, or circle up three concentric pieces in the same space. With so many ways to win (or lose), Otrio turns a child’s ...