3 in a row Pirate Activity

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  • Hi
    I have never played 3 in a row before and am wondering if you have any instructions for this game. Just by looking at it and googling I have rough idea of how it works but would love to hear and proper explanation.
    Thanks for any help :)

    , Aug 16th
    • Hi there sallott, thanks so much for commenting on this resource. I've had a look and I think adding instructions to this resource sounds like a great idea and I have passed your suggestion onto our resource designers for you! :)

      , Aug 18th
    • Hi there sallott, thanks for your comment! Each player takes it in turns to put their image in a blank box, the first to make three in a row wins. It is similar to noughts and crosses. :)

      , Aug 20th
3 in a row Pirate Activity

3 in a row Pirate Activity - Just like noughts and crosses, you can use this fun activity to reinforce your children's counting skills!
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