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Chocolate Checkers

Chocolate Checkers

Well, Chocolate Tic-Tac-Toe was such a hit that older brother wanted me to find something chocolate for him to eat play. And Chocolate Checkers was born!

Supplies Needed
1 bag Reese's Cup White Peanut Butter Cups Miniatures (you need 12 per game)
1 bag Reese's Cup Dark Peanut Butter Cups Miniatures  (you need 12 per game)
Checker Board (check Goodwill, Dollar General, etc. if you don't already own one)
24 small circle stickers (color doesn't matter)
Sharpie marker

Chocolate Checkers Supplies Needed

Get ready to play! 

Add crowns to the 24 small circle stickers. 

Chocolate Checker Crowns

Add the stickers to the large part of each candy piece. 

Chocolate Checkers with Crowns

Set the game board with the candy checkers (no crowns should be showing).

Chocolate Checkers at Walking by the Way

Play checkers as usual.

When you reach crowndem, turn your piece over. 

Chocolate Checkers

And have fun!

Chocolate Checkers Fun at Walking by the Way

How to divy the chocolate: You get to keep (eat) any piece you jump. At the end of the game, winner keeps any chocolate left on the board! YUM.

Chocolate Checkers

Chocolate Tic-Tac-Toe

Chocolate Tic-Tac-Toe from Walking by the Way

Supplies Needed
12 Pieces of Chocolate Candy (2 different colors/kinds; 5 of each color); extra candy for winners!
*You could use Hershey Kisses hugs AND kisses to make it extra Valentiney. 
Tic-Tac-Toe Board (dry erase board, paper, chalk board, the possiblities are endless!)

Chocolate Tic-Tac-Toe!

Play the game. Three in a row wins.

Chocolate Tic-Tac-Toe from Walking by the Way

Most importantly, have fun!

Chocolate Tic-Tac-Toe

When the game is over, the winner gets a piece of candy from the bag. The last round is the BONUS round! The winner gets to divy up the candy as she deems appropriate. So much fun!

Creepy Crawlies Counting Cards

Creepy Crawly Counting Cards

We've been working on numbers and quantities. Luci adores stickers, so I made these counting cards for her to help with understanding quantities. 


Super easy to use: Print (on cardstock, if you have it). Color. Sticker. Use. 

We made ours into a little book because Luci also loves making little books! You can feel the love, right?

Counting Cards from Walking by the Way

Are you working on quantities with your preschooler or student with special needs? 

Here is one of our other favorite resources: Lauri Toys Number Puzzle Boards and Pegs

Lauri Number Puzzle Board