Family favorite reconstructed at Grand Rapids Children’s Museum

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Grand Rapids, Mich. –  You can stop digging for fun activities to keep your kids entertained and make them start digging instead! Kidstruction Zone is returning to the Grand Rapids Children’s Museum.

Kidstruction Zone provides a safe play site for children to access various skills by exploring construction related trades. Children will also have access to math and science concepts such as size, shape and volume through scooping and pouring gravel and rocks.

Kids will also be able to flex their problem solving muscles, and real muscles, with chances to build a PVC maze or a brick tower using wheelbarrows.

Kidstruction Zone will open on Thursday, May 5, and will be at the Grand Rapids Children’s Museum until the end of September.

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