Play With Purpose at the Chicago Toy and Game Fair!

Are you a teacher in the Chicago area?!  I sure wish I was!

The Chicago Toy and Game Fair (ChiTAG) is coming to Chicago’s Navy Pier in just 10 days – and this fantastic family event includes a special conference designed just for educators!

The Play With Purpose conference hosted by Sharp As A Tack is an inspiring day of workshops to help teachers develop their students’ cognitive abilities and inject energy into the learning process through applying games as part of their curriculum!  Registration is still open through Friday, November 11th – so sign up and get ready to get your game on!

Want more? Tanya Thompson, the incredible Head of Inventor Relations here at ThinkFun, will be a featured speaker at this event, sharing her  involvement with the SNAP Math Fair program and offering ways to bring this unique hands-on program to your school community!

Still not sold?  Having taught for several years, there are two magic words I’m pretty confident will make any educator’s ears perk up…


That’s right, all attendees will walk away with loads of FREE GAMES for your classroom!

ThinkFun is thrilled to be exhibiting at ChiTAG this year!  If you’ve never attended and live in the area, I definitely encourage you to come out with your family for a day of play at America’s largest toy and game fair open to the public!

Please stop by our booth to say hello, play a new game, and meet some of our amazing game inventors!



One thought on “Play With Purpose at the Chicago Toy and Game Fair!

  1. Tanya Thompson

    Thanks Charlotte! ChiTAG is a great event! If you love to play games, and we hope you do, then this event is a must! Lots of families come together in Chicago to play! Plus the Play With Purpose Conference is going to be great!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>