Brick Logic is a challenging one player game.
It makes the player think in 3-D.
How to Play:
1. There is a set of 60 challenge cards. Each challenge is different.
2. Once the challenge is picked, the player then tries to build it with the 5 brick pieces.
It's not as easy as it looks. Some of those bricks are already connected. It's all about moving the bricks around to match the challenge. I have 58 challenges to go. Ha!
Brick Logic, as part of Think Fun special collection of STEM games:
As explained in her book, Mindsets in the Classroom, Mary Cay Ricci implemented a Growth Mindset Project that inserted Think Fun games into 53 classrooms.
Mary Cay Ricci writes:
These games, in partnership with growth mindsets lessons, showed unexpected results in just 7 months. Not only did the teachers report increased motivation and persistence, but the data showed growth in reasoning abilities All 6 schools averaged growth of 8 percentile points in analogical reasoning and 7 percentile points for quantitative reasoning.
The game Brick Logic also comes with a bag to make it easy to transport.
Disclaimer: I got this game to review. Think Fun in no way expected me to write this review. I wrote it because I love Think Fun, and their STEM friendly games.