UPDATE: The Classroom Kit Sample program is now over. We will be sending the 5-10 block samples within the next two weeks. Thanks again to everyone who participated and shoot an email to Service@Tegu.com with any questions. Can’t wait to see Tegu in classrooms across the country this fall!
With the first day of school just around the corner, it’s time to grab your backpacks and get the best back-to-school present for the student (or educator) in your life. Consisting of three Tegu Block Sets, the Classroom Kit is the perfect purchase for ‘thinkering’ at home or in school this fall!
Containing over 100 blocks, this exclusive set includes two Tints Explorer Sets, one Mahogany Discovery Set, and endless constructive possibilities for students everywhere. The broad mix of shapes and sizes will allow kids’ creativity to reach new heights and let them achieve their “a-ha” moment of discovery. With this open-ended play, students will only be limited by their imaginations. Through a series of ‘clicks’ and ‘clacks,’ they can better develop their mental growth and physical dexterity as well as broaden their educational horizons. Both fun and educational, Tegu Blocks will help kids transition back to school in just a few snaps.
You can introduce Tegu to the classroom this fall by sending a free sample of the new back-to-school bundle to the educator of your choice—at no cost. You can sign up by completing this form OR adding this item to your cart. Tegu will then reach out about sending the free sample (we’ll either ship the blocks to you OR ship them directly to the school). We’re committed to building children’s imaginations and sparking their creativity in the classroom (and hope you are too). Even better? If you request the sample before Friday, you will automatically enter to win the Classroom Kit for yourself and your school. A winner will be selected at random and announced on Wednesday, September 5th.
And if you want the bundle now, you’re in luck! Use the code TEGUSCHOOL to receive 20% off the Classroom Kit through Saturday, September 15th. Hope you’ve done your homework this summer!