HangmanTwo or more players. One player thinks of a word and writes a line for each letter, then draws a gallows. Not a bad idea to give some adult help on this step. The other players try to guess the letters in the word. Each incorrect letter means the first player draws a body part on the gallows. The object is to guess the word before you get “hung” – which is a full body picture on the gallows. And, if you play with a six-year old, you get the most interesting spelling . . . as you can see from the above “perfect”-ly phonetic spelling! 🙂
Tic-Tac-ToeTwo players. No explanation needed, right?