This is a primary math game (or Kindergarten) for geometry and spatial sense.
Each student gets a game board card.
Students take turns picking a card, and have to select the shapes of the pattern blocks on the cards and place them in their empty hexagon pages.
The goal of the game is to fill all 6 hexagons without overflowing them.
They learn the names of the shapes, and other related vocabulary.
To make the cards, I would recommend mounting them on standard cue cards.
The hexagons are true to size of the standard pattern blocks.
There are two sets of cards for differentiated difficulties. (One is in colour, and corresponds to the colours of standard pattern blocks. The other is colourless.)