Leslie Scott is a British board game designer and author, best known as the inventor of the game Jenga, which she launched at the London Toy Fair 1983. Born in Tanzania, Scott was raised in East and West Africa, and educated in Uganda, Kenya, Sierra Leone and England.
The classic Jenga wood game challenges players’ mental and physical skill. Players have to stack wooden blocks vertically until they form a tower. Then, each player has to pull out a single block from the bottom of the tower and place it on top without knocking over the tower. The game ends when the entire pile of blocks come crashing down.
The mini Tumbling Tower comprises 48 Wooden Pieces.
Ideal for parties, stocking fillers.
What do kids learn from Jenga game?
Kids learn balance, strategy and focus.