KEVA Planks

KEVA Planks (in-library experience)

KEVA Planks are a part of The Playground at FVRL and are an in-library experience.

What are KEVA Planks?

KEVA Planks are precision-milled construction planks. Build structures by simply stacking the planks. No glue or connectors - yet builders can explore a myriad of engineering techniques. From preschoolers to architects, everyone can build at their own skill level.

Why KEVA Planks at FVRL?

KEVA Planks are a flexible and engaging STEAM learning tool. When you build with them you explore science, engineering, arts, and math through the ingenuity of your imagination. KEVA Planks are equally fun and challenging to the young and old alike – they are an activity that everyone can participate in.

KEVA Plank kits at FVRL came about when Science World at TELUS World of Science offered us a free set for use in our libraries! We augmented their donation with permanent kits at many of our locations, as well as added four kits specifically for programming.

What’s in Each KEVA Plank Kit?

Each KEVA Plank kit features 300 KEVA Planks with full-colour cards depicting various building techniques, and ping pong balls.

Where Can I Play with KEVA Planks at FVRL?

Many FVRL locations have KEVA Plank kits available to play with on a daily basis. Visit the Events page to find current KEVA Plank programs.

Where Can I Find More Information About KEVA Planks?


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