Spring Tic-Tac-Toe Reinforcement for Therapy

Spring Tic-Tac-Toe Reinforcement for TherapyHere’s a fun reinforcement activity that can be used with students of almost any age.  It’s tic-tac-toe – spring style!

What to do:

  1. If playing with a group, divide the students into pairs.  If there’s an odd number, you can play to even out the teams.
  2. Print out a game page for each pair.  Cut the ladybug and bee pieces apart.
  3. After students give a designated number of responses, reward them with a playing piece (either a ladybug or bee).
  4. Once each student has earned 4 pieces, let the games begin!  Give the ladybug players the fifth ladybug, and let them make the first move.
  5. The players take turns placing one of their pieces on a flower, trying to get three in a row before their opponent does.

Hints and tips:

  • You can put magnets on the back of the pieces and play on a magnetic board or cookie sheet.
  • Place Velcro dots on the centers of the flowers and the opposite side of the Velcro on the back of the pieces.

Have a bit of fun as you welcome spring into your therapy sessions!

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