Remove blocks carefully without toppling the tower!
Build a tower using individual wooden blocks and have users take turns removing the pieces and restacking them on top, without causing the tower to tumble over! Students can play 1-on-1 or in teams. Solid wooden blocks are sturdy enough to handle tumbles and falls when the tower collapses.
Keep Students Active
When it comes to pulling blocks out from this tower, students need to be aware of the entire structure to ensure they’re not pulling the block that sends it toppling! They’ll need to walk around the giant tumble tower, assess each block, and take the right approach to removing it. Unlike tabletop versions of the same game, students will also be moving and positioning themselves! Plus, with bigger blocks, re-stacking requires proper balance, which can mean approaching the tower from a different angle.
How to Play
A tower is built 18 levels high, with 3 blocks per level, alternating with each new tier. One by one students take turns pushing, pulling, sliding, or wiggling blocks out of any level, then replacing them on top. The object is to safely remove your block and place it on top of the tower without sending the entire thing crashing to the ground! When the tower falls, the player who toppled it is out. The tower is then rebuilt and the game played again until only 1 student is left standing.
Complete Set includes 58 pine wood blocks and 1 storage bag. Each block is 8”L x 3”W x 2”H, 11 oz.