Before you sharpen your number 2 pencils, sharpen your skills at rolling two pencils into your target before an opponent pushes you out!
• Printable Pencil Pusher game board (available in color and black and white)
DOWNLOAD THE GAME BOARD HERE.
The object is to have two pencils roll and stop on a single pencil image (blue, green, yellow, or red). Another player can roll their pencil to push you out of your spot, so you have to be strategic!
How to Play
1. Take turns rolling an actual pencil onto the game board.
2. The first player to have two actual pencils on a pencil image at the same time wins!
1. Instead of taking turns, face off by rolling one of your pencils at the same time!
2. Instead of taking turns, face off by rolling ALL of your pencils at the same time!
1. Spin a pencil instead of rolling it and see if you can have it stop in the same direction as the pencil image.
2. Roll two pencils at the same time and see if they can stop on a single pencil.
Even when hard things come our way (like opponent pencils that try to block our plans), there are multiple ways to accomplish our goals. How do you work through roadblocks?
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