The LEGO build game can be adapted to include radio communication by having two or more teams work together to build a LEGO structure while being separated by a barrier or other obstacle. The teams will use radio communication to coordinate their building efforts and try to match the structure of their opponents.

Here's how to play the game:

Divide the scouts into teams of two or more.

Set up a barrier or obstacle between the teams so they cannot see each other's LEGO structures.

Each team is given a set of identical LEGO pieces and must build a structure, while also giving instructions to their partner(s) via radio communication.

The opposing team listens in to the radio communication and tries to recreate the structure of the other team using their own set of LEGO pieces.

After a set amount of time (e.g. 10 minutes), the teams stop building and compare their structures to see how well they matched.

To make the game more interesting, you can add additional rules or challenges, such as limiting the number of pieces that can be used, or requiring the teams to build their structures using only one hand.

Playing the LEGO build game with radio communication can be a fun way to practice clear and effective communication, as well as to develop teamwork and problem-solving skills.

Our lego build game teaches communication skills. Participants have to describe how to construct an object while expressing verbally through a radio.