Argyle DIY

Download Argyle DIY Files Print out spinner, arrow and Board parts on Cardstock paper (8.5in x 11in). Cut spinner along the red line. Poke a hole in the middle of the small red hole with a pencil or pen. Cut arrow image and paste it to cardboard. Use a pencil or pen to poke a hole in the middle of the arrow and place a spit pin inside. Attach the arrow to the spinner by putting the pin through the spinner’s hole. Bend the edges of the pin up so that it holds. Assemble the board as shown in the original file. Use four six-sided dice, two of one color and two of another (preferably, two green dice and two white dice). Use checker pieces, stones, or card stock cut-outs, five of one color and five of another (preferably, five green and five white).

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