Advantages Can be fun for both children and adults. A trusted and reliable game.
Disadvantages Can be frustrating if you do not have a steady hand!
Jenga is a brilliant game that combines patience and fine manual dexterity. It is recommended that this game is suitable for those over the age of five. It can be found on line from £9 upwards.
There are fifty four pieces of oblong wooden blocks that have the word Jenga written on one side of the block. The blocks measure approximately two inches long by just less than one inch square.
This game has been around for as long as I can remember and not only was it a good game when I was a child my daughter and grand children play this today and no doubt their children will do too. A brilliant way of keeping the kids entertained on a wet or cold afternoon. It teaches fine dexterity, communication skills, observational skills, patience waiting for a turn and sharing. The tension, concentration and breath holding can be quite nerve wracking trying not to knock the tower over when it is your turn. I would recommend this game for children and adults alike as it is very durable and lasts for years it is also very good value for money being reasonably priced and the longevity of the game amusing all that play with it.There are XX large Jenga sized games that can be played in the garden which are also good fun and these can be had for around £27-£30 pound.
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