One day while trying to come up with a review idea for my Classical Conversations class (I’m a tutor!), I ran across this post on a printable Lego Review Game.
I printed it out and we played it, but I realized I needed to change a few things for it to work a little better with our memory review work. I’ve adapted it and thought I would share it with you. It easily lends itself to all kinds of review–spelling, math facts, trivia, etc.
Lego Game Printable for Memory Work Review
- Lego Game Board Printable
- Duplos or Legos
- Minifigs or Game Pieces
1) Print the gameboard on cardstock. I recommend laminating it (this is the laminator we love and have had for four years)!
2) Find your supplies: minifigs or other objects to use as game pieces, die, Legos, and whatever you are reviewing (CC memory work, Bible verses, math facts, spelling words, etc)
3) Ask your child a review question. If they answer correctly, they roll the die.
4) Move the number of spaces on the die. Add (or take away) the correct number of pieces to build a tower.
5) The person with the tallest tower at the end of the game wins!
Hi Stacie! May I include this is the CC July Blog Carnival? It’s wonderful!
This is awesome! My kids love legos!! Please post any Lego ideas that you have! We’re a CC family too!
Shirley Yeo says
I can’t seem to print this. It freezes my printer up and I have to unplug my printer to finally get it to reset. Are you able to email this, by any chance – it looks like soo much fun! 🙂
When you click on this link, it says that it is only open to invited users. How can I contact the blog author? I am a CC tutor and I would LOVE to use this with my class!
I don’t know how to contact that blog author I referenced in the first paragraph, but I do have a Lego game board printable available later in my post. Just click the LEGO game board link to get a PDF. Hope that helps!
I came here from Halfhundredacrewood to print out this game. Thank you for such a great ideea! Just a hint for moms with one child. I use this game with my son as a battle between subjects. For ex., if we review Math, History and Timeline, we pick 3 figurines, one for each subject. This way, he gets to have a fun review time, even if he is the only player.
Love this idea! Thank you!