Monday, October 24, 2016

Brick Logic By Think Fun

Brick Logic is a new fun game by Think Fun!

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.

Challenge 1:

Challenge 2:

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:
  • Science
  • Technology
  • Engineering
  • Math
It really expands the mind with all that variety of spacial thinking. I think games like this are fun for kids and adults. In fact many of these puzzle type games help reduce one's risk of getting Alzheimer's disease. This game is for ages 8 and up. I think Isaak will enjoy it. I plan on giving to him for Christmas.

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.


Theresa Mahoney said...

Think fun has such great games that really get kids to use their brain. Brick Logic looks like another good one!

~ Noelle said...

I was actually looking at this as a maybe for broxton.


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