TIC TAC TOE X 9 (a classic game taken to higher level)
Player one uses the game sheet for player 1 and the answer sheet for player 2. Player two uses the game sheet for player 2 and the answer sheet for player 1. This way they can check each other's answers.
DIRECTIONS: Two players take turns choosing a square and completing that problem on their own game sheet. If the answer is correct, the player gets to put an X or an O in the box. If the answer is wrong, nothing goes into the box. However, that player can try that box again on another turn if it is not already taken by the other player. Three X's or three O's in a row wins the game.
Version 1 (easier for younger players)
Each individual game (of 9 games) is played one game at a time and whichever player wins that game gets to place their X or their O over that game square. Play continues until all 9 games have been played. 3 X's or 3 O's in a row on the bigger game (made up of the individual 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).
There is no reason to buy multiple copies of our games. Simply buy one game unit of a topic of your choice and then buy "Extra Problems for Our Math Games" to get other math topics to use with the game(s).
Click the following link to find them:
Extra Problems for Our Math Games
We will be continuing to add more problems and topics, so check back soon if you do not find what you need.