Capture the Boxes = 1.) Put rows of 25 - 50 dots on a piece of paper 2.) Each person takes a turn drawing a line, connecting two dots 3.) Whoever draws the last line to form a square puts their initial inside the box / colors the box their color 4.) Continue playing until all squares have been formed 5.) Tally up the initials inside each box to see who formed the most boxes 6.) The person with the most initials is the winner
I got a pile of pillows and piled them up to create the island and i covered it with a sandy colour paint protector (from red dot and spotlight)...... The tree is just made for cardboard boxes and paint... the coconuts are small brown balloons....The water was just scarps of blue paper stuck together....KIDS LOVED IT!!!
Remember the dot game? Print out this sheet of dotted paper so players can take turns connecting dots in an attempt to complete the most boxes. (Once you make a box, write your initial in it to claim the point!) Free to download and print
Create your own movie! 1. Use Crayola® crayons, colored pencils, or markers to decorate the Movie Frame. 2. Cut out the frame. Ask an adult to help you cut a slit along the inside, dotted lines. Don't cut the whole inside square out. 3. Draw a picture in each film strip box. That will be your movie. 4. Cut out the film strip and slide through the frame. 5. Tell the story as you pull the movie through the frame. Tip: Print several copies of the page, and tape more film strips ...
Hey guys! I’m Stacy from Kids Stuff World and today we are sharing one of my children’s favorite boredom buster games, Dots and Boxes. We play this game all the time at restaurants and during doctor’s visits and now that... Continue Reading →