Educational Excavation Set | Source: Arkerobox

Is your kid fascinated by the world around them? Do they love learning about the past of distant places? Well, this educational kit might be just what they need!

Arkerobox aims to introduce kids to different cultures with educational board games. Its latest Educational Excavation Sets are designed for kids ages 5 and up to play archaeologist and explore ancient cities around the globe. There are six games featuring World Heritage Sites selected by UNESCO, including Chichen Itza, Petra, Machu Picchu, Mount Everest, the Moai Heads, and the Terracotta Army. 

Kids can rummage through dust to discover artifacts from the past with handy tools included in each kit. They’ll receive a scalpel, a hand pick, a brush, and a magnifying glass for all their discovering needs! Each kit also comes with educational material about their respective sites and a world map. 

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The company has launched a Kickstarter campaign for this new line of games with a goal of $12,045. Pledging $40 will grant you an Educational Excavation Set of your choice once the crowdfunding campaign has been completed. 

You can learn more about Arkerobox and the Educational Excavation Sets at Click here for more information on the Kickstarter campaign. 

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