I've been really impressed by the products available from Arckit which are designed to inspire kids to be creative and learn STEAM concepts. Unfortunately, the ArcKit Go Colour modeling system is too advanced for my 7 year old twins to really be able to enjoy at their present age. So I've arranged a giveaway to provide a set to a family who will really appreciate it instead of A Geek Daddy providing a review of the product. If you know a student 10 years old or older that would enjoy a ArcKit Go Colour modeling system follow the instructions below for a chance to win it for them.
Follow @Geekdad248 & RT before 10/15/16 for a chance to win a @Arckitmodel Go Colours architectural model making system for kids #ad pic.twitter.com/oOJZeVeohI— A Geek Daddy (@GeekDad248) October 10, 2016
To be eligible for this giveaway you must follow @Geekdad248 on Twitter and retweet our original contest tweet embedded above before October 14, 2016 @ 11:59 pm EST. Must be a US resident over the age of 18 to participate. No P.O. Boxes allowed for delivery of the prize. One entry per person and winner will be randomly selected from all eligible entries. Arckit will be responsible for the delivery of the prize to the selected winner. Each household is only eligible to win once via blog giveaways. If you have won this movie on another blog, you will not be eligible to win it again and the prize will be forfeited. Winner is subject to eligibility verification. By participating in this promotion you waive any liability of any kind against the publisher of this blog. A Geek Daddy is providing this giveaway contest as a benefit to our readers and social media followers and has not been financially compensated for this promotion.
Arckit GO Colours includes 170+ construction pieces inspired by real colors used in modern architecture, an illustrated instruction manual to guide children in building structures, and access to the online SketchUp 3D Warehouse that allows budding architects to create digital designs in additional to the physical concepts that they can create with this modeling system. Arckit GO Colours is available at Barnes & Noble, Marbles: The Brain Store, and Mindware.