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Technical Problems

Hey everyone, Pat here. I just wanted to post a quick apology for G4Ed being so quiet lately. I’ve been working on a major upgrade to the architecture of the site, and it has taken much longer than I’d anticipated. Thanks for your patience. The January newsletter will be going out soon!

Big Events in November

November is a big month for anyone who loves toys and games. Why? Because on the weekend of November 19th, there’s this thing called ChiTAG happening. ChiTAG is more than just a toy and game fair. It also includes the Play With a Purpose conference for educators, the best game inventor conference in the industry, the Young Inventor Challenge, and a list of…

Summer Game Giveaway Winner!

Congratulations to Mark Baker for the winning slogan of There’s a winner in each of us! Mark, we hope you enjoy your package of games from Patch Products, and thanks to you and to everyone for taking part in our contest. We’re working on the t-shirts, mugs, and hats. As soon as they’re ready, we’ll…

Games in Education Conference

On Saturday, November 19, there’s a conference all about games in education. It’s called Play With Purpose, sponsored by us (g4ed) and Sharp as a Tack, and it’s 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…

The Game Shop

Announcing a partnership between The Game Shop and Games for Educators! Now when you view a game in our newly revamped Game Finder, you’ll see a Buy Now link that lets you buy it directly from The Game Shop. Even better, they’re working with us to offer special promotions only for Games for Educators readers! We’re launching…

Learning by playing games

In Grand Blanc Michigan, counselor Ryan Moore is using board games to teach kids after school. It looks like he’s got it all figured out, with loads of great games, and kids excited to play them. Fantastic stuff… Click here to read all about it!