This DIY Large Tic-Tac-Toe Floor Game has been a hit with the kids at home and in my Sunday School class. I am sharing this post as a part of the Cricut Ambassador Program. My opinions and craft tutorials are my own. This post contains affiliate links, which won’t cost you extra, but helps support this site.
What is it about changing the size of a classic game that makes it instantly more exciting? Such as, have you noticed the oversized yard dice games? I rarely play dice indoors, but I would really like to play the outdoor version! When preparing a game time for the girls’ class that I teach, I decided to use this idea to do a Tic-Tac-Toe game– a Large Tic-Tac-Toe Floor Game, that is! This is also a fun game to have on hand for rainy days, snow days, or as a summer break boredom buster.
- Cricut Explore Air 2 or Cricut Explore Air
- Cricut card stock
- Cricut washi tape
- Optional: Laminating machine
- Large Tape
The game cards are cut with the card stock. The “X” and “O” pieces are cut with washi tape.
First, I decided how large that I wanted each game piece to be. I designed rectangles this size in Cricut Design Space. I found a large “X” and “O” to place on the cards. I cut 10 rectangles, (5) “X” letters, and (5) “O” letters. You are more than welcome to use my Cricut Design Space Tic-Tac-Toe cut file HERE.
This cut file is in the new Cricut Design Space version! If you are wondering what it is all about, see a Tour of the New Cricut Design Space.
Place the “X” and “O” letters so that there is one letter on each card stock piece.
The washi tape adheres well to the card stock, but I wanted this game to last, especially since I am using it for a class setting. I have a laminating machine, and I decided to laminate each game piece according to the manufacture instructions.
Is it weird that I have a laminating machine? If you ever watched Friends and remember Monica and her label maker obsession, I feel that way about my laminating machine. 🙂
Place large tape on the floor in the form of a Tic-Tac-Toe game board. Have fun!
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What a great idea! Jay loved tic tac toe when he was younger!