We've been on a roll the past few weeks sharing a couple new hands-on ways for your child to practice his/her spelling list, and today I am sharing yet another idea that was a big hit with my son!
Why, you ask?
It involved Legos.
It is a game.
It is similar to hangman.
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Thus, we practiced his latest spelling list with a little game called, Build a Lego Figure.
Fun Spelling Game for Kids
However, the catch is is that you do not want to build a Lego figurine! But building a mis-matched Lego figurine was half the fun!
What you need:
- Spelling List
- Lego figure pieces.
In each compartment was a group of Lego pieces: legs, bodies, heads, hats, miscellaneous pieces, and a couple of cars my son built.
With these pieces, my son had six chances to pick the correct letters to spell one of his spelling words.
So if you guessed a letter that was not in the word, he had to choose a Lego piece.
We continued until he had a Lego figure built and/or he correctly spelled or guessed the word!
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I'd love for you to follow along so you never miss out on one of our fun activities we share at School Time Snippets!