My daughter chose to base her game loosely on the "Sorry" game. We started with a poster board and cut it down to a 20"x 20" square with the smaller squares measuring at 2 1/2". To make it more interesting, while learning, she added things like "draw again, lose a turn, etc.
One of the requirements for the project was to create 25 questions based on the subject matter, which was atoms and elements. She set to work choosing colors and shapes that would fit her theme. She used the gypsy to search for items. This can easily been done in CCR too. While I love my gypsy I do think searching for shapes is nice in CCR because it is a larger screen. You can hold the top button on the gypsy to enlarge the shape before selecting too.
The entire board was Mod Podged for a protectant. The "finish" piece was created by welding a circle and rectangle together in the Gypsy.
The game pieces were created with a button as the base, a wooden ball and Stickles. The ball was attached to the button with E6000 glue.
Foam core board cut down to 20 x 20
Title - All Mixed Up 1.47"
Circle, Rectangle - George and Basic Shapes 3.47", 4.53"
"Start" and "Finish" - Plantin SchoolBook 1"
Beakers - LockerTalk 2.06"
Atom - Indie Art 2.06"
Radioactive - Indie Art 2.06"
Arrows - Gypsy Wanderings 1"
Dice - Indie Art 1"
Buttons, Wooden Balls, Stickles, Mod Podge, E6000 glue, dice
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