Children love to play tic tac toe…and this fun version will be no exception. Create questions about the temple and divide into two teams. Teams take turns picking a question. If answered correctly, they pick a number 1-9 from the number sack and then place their “X” or “O” on the spot. First team to get three in a row wins!
Reproduce the three pages that create a Tic-Tac-Toe Board onto heavier cardstock. Color, cut out and tape together on the back side as shown on this page. Reproduce the number circles onto colored cardstock. Cut out and laminate for durability. Reproduce five "X's" and five "O's" onto cardstock. Color the "X's" one color and the "O's" another color. Laminate these for durability. Use sticky-back velcro to hold "X's" and "O's" to Tic-Tac-Temple Board when playing. Reproduce the visual for the paper sack onto cardstock. Color, cut out and laminate. Mount to front of sack.
Create your presentation on the topic of: Families are Blessed Through Sacred Temple Ordinances. Create questions for your Tic-Tac-Temple game. Divide the group into two teams. Have a player come up and answer a question. If they answer correctly, they choose a number circle from the paper sack. They then place their "X" or "O" on that number chosen. Keep taking turns until one team gets a Tic-Tac-Temple or the game has now winner. Play several round if time allows.
This fun game teaches about the three temples that the pioneers built when our church first began. Divide your group into three teams. The first team to build their eight-piece temple is the winner. This is done by taking turns picking questions created by the teacher concerning this week’s lesson about temples. The three temples represented are the Kirtland Temple, the Nauvoo Temple and Salt Lake Temple.
This fun game board is perfect for Primary sharing time, Singing time, Primary Classroom use or for Family Home Evening. The group is divided into two teams and they travel up the game board and try to reach the temple first. It can be used as a classroom lesson review, Primary Sharing time lesson on temples, or during singing time as you sing about the temple. Children will love doing whatever is required to be the first ones to reach the temple!