DIY Games

After looking at the objective and rules of some of our favorite Sprout Board Games, the Sprout kiddos created their own.  They had to come up with the design, materials needed and the rules of the game.  There was lots of collaboration and hard work put into this activity!  Some of the kids requested to keep working on them the following week and some requested to keep them at school or with Sprout so their friends could play them!

Lincoln Square

An intense game of soccer anyone!  These original soccer shirt pieces were made using plastic pony beads and a hot iron.  Roll the die, move forward.  The first one to the ball has possession but watch out for the defenders, they can steal the ball very quickly.

 Collect puzzle pieces along the way and put together a puzzle of an ALIEN!

This Maze will have you perplexed.  Just try to get past the dead ends

 A new version of Trouble with three ways to win!  Good luck getting there… there’s many obstacles in your way.

Roycemore School

Paper Airplane throw: The most points wins!

concentrating on the design elements! 

 Making game pieces with the 3D Pen

New Version of Monkey in the Middle: Monkey Bases!

Published by Sprout Gifted

Judy Wahl has been in education for over 15 years. She has been an advocate for gifted learners since the moment she stepped into the classroom. She consults with families and schools in the Chicagoland area, is the Owner and Program Director of Sprout Gifted, an after school and summer program for Gifted Children K-6 in the Chicagoland area; as well as, a SENG facilitator, and a personal tutor. She advocates for all learners, understanding that each child has a different way of learning and a variety of needs to be met.

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