Even the most seasoned voters have trouble understanding how a caucus works, but with this video of the Democratic Iowa Caucus explained with LEGOs, people of all ages (even those too young to vote) can understand how it works.

Vermont Public Radio put together the informative video, because many members of their audience (and the rest of America) didn't understand the unorthodox way in which the caucus works. How is it different from a normal primary election? How do people participate? It's all explained in the video.

Plus, the LEGOs act as a strong visual aid; watching a caucus without an explanation is confusing, and reading about the process can be tough to understand as well. And LEGOs are nearly guaranteed to hold the attention of the little voters of tomorrow. It's a win-win!

You can watch the entire video and learn more about the Iowa Caucus in the video below.