Highlights: ChiTAG 2014 (Ravensburger)
ChiTAGFair is always a fun experience for our entire family but last year we took a different spin and let our young correspondents interview inventors and company representatives. Because they enjoyed it so much (and everyone else thought it was cool), we decided to do the same again this year!
We had the pleasure of interviewing Katherine from Ravensburger, and she shares information about the products they are featuring, including Bugs in the Kitchen, which feature Hexbugs as part of the game!
You may already have some Ravensburger products in your closet as they are well-known for their high-quality (and difficult) jigsaw puzzles.
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13 thoughts on “Highlights: ChiTAG 2014 (Ravensburger)”
I wanted to get there for this last year, but I just didn’t have a chance. Thanks for the highlights, though -maybe I can make it next year.
Thanks for sharing your review and highlights of the toy fair 🙂 Very cool!
Sounds like a ton of fun. I live in a small state and we don’t have cool stuff like this here.
My son is grown, but when he was young, he loved the Ravensburger puzzles. I loved them, too – they were such high quaity. I’m happy to know they are still in business, and expanding their product line.
I love that you let your daughter in on the interview. That’s pretty neat, and I love Ravensburger. I actually kept my Ravensburger stuff for future grandkids!
What a great experience- thanks for sharing!
this looks like so much fun! Thanks for sharing!
Your little reporter in the making! She did very well!
Sounds like such a fun event! I wish we lived closer!
What cool games! I’ve never heard of any of them! I want to check these out for my niece- she loves puzzles!
Sounds super fun!
I never thought it would be, but doing jigsaw puzzles can be so fun. I love the challenge and seeing something coming together. I did one recently with my nephew, and I found myself more involved than he was.
My son likes to take over some of my review videos also! So great for them-I think all of us Bloggers may end up with kids who choose marketing careers-lol!