TIC TAC TOE (temporary introductory price)
(taken to another level)
DIRECTIONS: Two players take turns choosing a problem and giving the answer. If the answer is correct, the player gets to put an X or an O in the box. Three X's or three O's in a row wins the game.
Each individual game is played and whichever player wins that game gets to place their X or their O over the entire game. Again 3 X's or 3 O's in a row wins the entire match.
Version 1: (easier for younger players) Players play each individual game and whoever gets 3 x’s or 3 o’s in a row on the big board (by winning the smaller games) wins the entire match.
Version 2: (more challenging, requiring more strategy) Players can choose a problem on ANY square on the entire board and play continues until all games have been won or tied. Ties can either count as a win for both players (to give someone a better chance of winning on the larger game or they can count for neither player which
makes it more likely that no one wins the larger game).