“Twist” on Twister

Got an old Twister game laying around that your little ones just don’t seem to play with anymore? All you need is a permanent marker and a few bean bags and you have an educational game to recognize letters right at your finger tips.

First, write “part” of the alphabet on the spinner using your permanent marker. (there is enough room for 16 letters)

Then, lay the mat on the floor and write corresponding letters on it (there will be duplicates because there are more circles on the mat than there are on the spinner).

Directions for FOUR players:

Each player will need one or two bean bags each before starting the game. Everyone will take turns spinning the spinner and trying to throw their bean bag on the corresponding letter. This game helps with alphabet recognition as well as hand-eye coordination.

Have FUN!


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