Tegu Blocks is sponsoring a Children’s Design Challenge to get creativity flowing in a fun environment this weekend in San Francisco. Facilitated by their own head designer Nate Lau this Saturday morning at the Children’s Creativity Museum, kids will work individually and in teams to meet different design challenges. Kids will be challenged to create an animal, a town, and a large building, all of their design.
The Children’s Design Challenge is included with admission, but reservations are recommended. Spots are going fast, so don’t delay in signing up. It’s a two-hour program, and at the end, kids will leave with their own Tegu Pocket Pouch (for free!). The Tegu Pocket Pouch is perfect for entertaining kids – and let’s be honest, adults – while waiting for dinner at restaurants, on an airplane or anywhere on the go. The workshop is expected to be a lot of fun, and is open to ages 4 and older.
The Children’s Creativity Museum recently installed a Tegu exhibit, filled with the award-winning blocks to encourage hours of creative, open-ended play. Tegu is a company with a social purpose (providing jobs and other benefits in Honduras) while fostering creativity and imaginative play in children through their unique and beautiful magnetic blocks.