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One child connects two of the dots with a vertical or horizontal line (no diagonals). Now your other child connects two of the dots. The children keep taking turns until a square is formed. The child who completes the square gets to put his or her initial in it, and gets to go again Keep taking turns until all the dots on the grid are connected. Count up each player’s initials on the grid. The one with the most squares...
Shape 1 – Dots Game Board

Shape 1 – Dots Game Board...

One child connects two of the dots with a vertical or horizontal line (no diagonals). Now your other child connects two of the dots. The children keep taking turns until a square is formed. The child who completes the square gets to put his or her initial in it, and gets to go again Keep taking turns until all the dots on the grid are connected. Count up each player’s initials on the grid. The one with the most squares...
Letter J – Dots Game Board

Letter J – Dots Game Board...

One child connects two of the dots with a vertical or horizontal line (no diagonals). Now your other child connects two of the dots. The children keep taking turns until a square is formed. The child who completes the square gets to put his or her initial in it, and gets to go again Keep taking turns until all the dots on the grid are connected. Count up each player’s initials on the grid. The one with the most squares...
Letter A – Dots Game Board

Letter A – Dots Game Board...

One child connects two of the dots with a vertical or horizontal line (no diagonals). Now your other child connects two of the dots. The children keep taking turns until a square is formed. The child who completes the square gets to put his or her initial in it, and gets to go again Keep taking turns until all the dots on the grid are connected. Count up each player’s initials on the grid. The one with the most squares...
Rectangles – Dots Game Board

Rectangles – Dots Game Board...

One child connects two of the dots with a vertical or horizontal line (no diagonals). Now your other child connects two of the dots. The children keep taking turns until a square is formed. The child who completes the square gets to put his or her initial in it, and gets to go again Keep taking turns until all the dots on the grid are connected. Count up each player’s initials on the grid. The one with the most squares...
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