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Don't Step on a Crack

Don't Step on a Crack
Players: 2-4
Ages: 4 and up

OBJECT: Get to the end yellow space first.


  1. Paper or printable magnetic sheet
  2. Glue
  3. 8x8 in. sheet of thin cardboard or poster board
  4. Scissors
  5. one die
  6. four small pieces of colored construction paper (5/8 in. x 2.5 in.) OR white paper & markers
  1. Print gameboard on paper or a printable magnetic sheet.
  2. Cut out and glue printed board to a piece of thin cardboard the same size as gameboard. (the back of a lined tablet works well)
  3. To make game playing pieces, use small pieces of construction paper or paper colored with markers. Roll each piece, individually, around a marker or pen and tape ends.
  1. Place both playing pieces on Start.
  2. Roll die to determine who starts first. Highest roll goes first.
  3. Player 1 rolls the die and moves the corresponding number of spaces.
  4. If at any time a player lands on a cracked space, he must move one space backwards.
  5. Players alternate turns and first player to reach the end space is the Winner.

Optional Play: For more challenging play, each time a player lands on a crack, they must then roll the die and move backwards that number of spaces.

* Optional game playing pieces:
Orphan game pieces, discarded toothpaste caps or buttons. Remember that these are not suitable for children under age 3.
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