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How can the Burke Museum support your family this summer and during the
2020–2021 school year?

 

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Fossil Finder Fun Pack

Fill your summer with dinos, fossils, and fun!

Ages 4–9

Treat your favorite junior paleontologist to a treasure box of fun activities, including exclusive access to virtual resources featuring Burke scientists and educators. Donate $75 or more to receive a Fossil Finder Fun Pack for your family or as a gift for a family in need. 

Please review the Privacy Notice for UW Youth Programs.

Your gift of $75 or more supports Burke programming and is a partially tax deductible donation to the Burke Museum Association (EIN 91-2151686, FMV $65).

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Photo: Burke Museum

Each Fossil Finder Fun Pack includes:

Fossil Kit

  • Fossil excavation kit with real fossils you can keep
  • Summer 2020 Burke Paleontologist button 
  • Fossil ID & sheet
  • Story time coloring booklet
  • Little Dino Hunt & Dinorama
  • Folding paper T. rex and Cretaceous tunnel book instructions
  • Paleo Passport & stickers
  • Dino tooth or claw necklace kit
  • Dino ID cards

Paleo Passport

  • Access to an exclusive virtual paleontology collection tour
  • Q&A with a real Burke paleontologist
  • Story time with a Burke educator
  • Access additional content and challenges through the summer with your Paleo Passport

Cost Assistance Available

The Burke cost assistance program provides full free access to a Fossil Finder Fun Pack for a single youth participant. 

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FAQs

The Fossil Finder Fun Pack is recommended for ages 4–9.

Safety note: Pack contains small parts. 

Each Fossil Finder Fun Pack provides virtual access and tools for a single student.

Internet is required to access virtual content.

Students will also need scissors, crayons, and tape or glue.

 

We will begin shipping packs beginning July 1.

Please contact burked@uw.edu with any questions.

For the safety of our community, we will not be offering any in-person camp programs this summer. You can find more virtual resources and activities for all ages on our Burke from Home page.

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Your gift supports high-quality science and cultural programs for students of all ages in Washington state and innovative programs for the entire community.

Photo: Rachel Ormiston/Burke Museum
Photo: Rachel Ormiston/Burke Museum