oh. my goodness. i *have* to try this! | "Take Jenga and Clue; place Professor Plum on top of the Jenga tower. Play Clue normally, but every time a suggestion is made and disproved, pull a block from the Jenga tower and don't replace it. Solve the crime before the tower falls and Professor Plum plummets to his death. The game is called Sherlock."
Nicknamed the Jenga Tower after its stacked-box formation, Herzog & de Meuron's 56 Leonard tower tapers towards a cluster of 10 unique penthouses at its peak. The glass cuboids give residents floor-to-ceiling windows facing the New York horizon.
Write on the blocks that build up families. Build a tower with the blocks and talk about how it represents our homes. Then remove blocks Jenga-style and relate the missing blocks to selfish or unkind actions, teasing, fighting quarreling, disobedience, etc. The tower (our families) get weaker with each block that is removed.