GeoKidz Seismic Adventure Kit | Made In Washington | Kids Science Gift
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Liberty Lake, Washington

GeoKidz

The GeoKidz story began in 2018 at the third birthday party of Justin & Melia's son. Their three-year old loved digging in the backyard for treasures – including both the creepy-crawly (ew gross!) and the ‘cool rock’ types of treasures. Although a magnifying glass and container were good enough for...

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GeoKidz Seismic Adventure Kit

$37.50

SKU: 6-08882

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A STEM-based Seismic Adventure Kit that provides kids with the materials needed to build their own Seismic Shake Table and learn about how and where earthquakes occur.  With this hands-on kit they'll build their own terrain model to observe the damaging effects of earthquakes, and test their engineering skills to build landscapes that can withstand the intense shaking!  Ages 12 and up.
Kit includes:
  • Material and instructions to construct your shake table
  • 4 ounces of sensory sand to build landscapes and explore the damaging effects of earthquakes
  • Activity tray with featured terrain model
  • Earthquake explorer guide

An ideal educational tool when learning about and participating in the Great Washington Shake Out drill. International ShakeOut Day is always the third Thursday of October. 

 

Liberty Lake, Washington

GeoKidz

The GeoKidz story began in 2018 at the third birthday party of Justin & Melia's son. Their three-year old loved digging in the backyard for treasures – including both the creepy-crawly (ew gross!) and the ‘cool rock’ types of treasures. Although a magnifying glass and container were good enough for...

Learn More