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LEGO Learning: Math Games Part 2

Our first LEGO Learning Math Games article was a hit so we thought we would go search the Internet and see what other LEGO math games we could find.

LEGO and math go together naturally and children learn a lot of math by just playing with LEGO. I don’t advocate forcing these activities if your boys don’t want to do them, but rather I suggest setting them up and seeing if they enjoy them.

LEGO is fun and combining it with math can be a great way to learn. Find a neat game here, set it up and may the LEGO learning begin!

Learn math with LEGO! LEGO Learning Math Games are a great way to get kids learning.

LEGO Learning: Math Games 2

This fun LEGO Math Game features a number line and a Minifig.  What I love about this (other than the fact the you use a minifig for the playing piece – so fun!) is that you can use it for learning math at any level.

Make a pattern, build a number, put together the tallest thing you can with these bricks. I like this game because it really gets kids thinking . . . and building!

As you may know I am a big fan of hands-on learning and I like these ideas from Elemenopkids very much.  The first is a LEGO hopscotch game with “brick” spaces.  The second is a pattern sequencing LEGO math idea using bricks and elements.

Learning fractions can be tough for kids and I love the idea of making the fractions very visual with LEGO bricks.  Several different game variations are available.

Collection of super fun, hands-on LEGO Math Games. LEGO Learning at its best.

Here is our favorite LEGO bricks set at the moment. I am super excited that they came out with these.

Ordering, measuring and problem-solving all come into play with this easy to set up group of fun math games.

Many boys benefit from bodily-kinethetic learning and getting them moving helps them to remember what they are trying to learn.  This idea fits just right with a LEGO Count & Move Game.

Use LEGO to play around with math!
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Be sure to see our first edition of LEGO Learning Math Games (it is one of the most popular articles on our website!)

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Deborah from Mommy Crusader

Saturday 18th of April 2015

Thank you for gathering so many great ways to use Legos to teach math skills. What a fantastic list! Thank you for sharing at the Saturday Evening Family Friendly Free for All.

Sheila Rogers

Sunday 19th of April 2015

Hi Deborah, You bet - my pleasure!


Tuesday 14th of April 2015

These are great! Thank you for sharing with the Frugal Family linky!

Sheila Rogers

Tuesday 14th of April 2015

You are most welcome Laura

susen @Dabbling Momma

Monday 13th of April 2015

We loved your first Lego Math post and actually just the other day my daughter and I tried one and she loved it! It was one of the preschool math Lego games and we must have played for an hour! Thanks for sharing at our FB Share Day!

Sheila Rogers

Tuesday 14th of April 2015

I can't tell you how glad I am to hear that your daughter played so long with one of the games! It was fun finding them - so glad you all enjoyed them.

Emma @ P is for Preschooler

Sunday 12th of April 2015

I love these fun ideas! My daughter will love learning with these!

Sheila Rogers

Tuesday 14th of April 2015

Emma! Thanks so much for the comment. I am glad your daughter will enjoy them.

Kate Williams

Sunday 12th of April 2015

Great ideas! Teaching maths seems so dull to me (its, err, not my strong point) but using lego makes it seem much more fun which will help my son enjoy it more too :D

Sheila Rogers

Tuesday 14th of April 2015

Hi Kate, Math was not my strong point in school - that is a fact. However, I am having much more fun with it now that we can go hands-on and add some fun to the mix. I hope these work out well for you and your son.