Jenga Instructions

Hi, I’m Amy and I love to build things and share plans at! My kids love to play the traditional Jenga. I thought it would be fun to make a giant sized version for the yard with a ‘throw ‘n go’ option (I’m calling it Roll ‘n Go). The roll ‘n go version puts a fun twist on the game, and I kept it simple for my young kids. Each side of the dice (die) is a different color and there is a corresponding set of blocks in each color. They will roll and whatever color it lands on, they have to move a block of that color.

Slippery slope examples. Sine mora ex review. You can totally play the traditional way too.The traditional Jenga pieces are 1.5 cm thick, 2.5 cm wide and 7.5 cm long, making the jumbo jenga pieces couldn’t be simpler using 2×3 boards. A ‘2×3’ board that you buy is actually 1.5 inches thick, 2.5 inches wide and we can cut them 7.5 inches longperfect!I also made a carrying crate that doubles as the Jumbo Jenga stand, it has enough room for the 54 jumbo jenga pieces and dice.

Uno Stacko is a game that has similar rules to the card game Uno but is played in a different way. The game can be played with two to 10 players and is recommended for ages seven and older. Play the game on a flat surface to deter the tower from knocking over at the slightest movement. And don't forget to yell 'Uno!' This Jenga game is the perfect yard game and we built this for my younger brother, Sam, and sister-in-law's.