Silverquicken : The Quest to your Middle Schooler’s Mind

Have you ever thought…what does my 10 year old really want to do?

Here at Cedar Rapids Moms, we have the same thought, and have heard our community loud and clear when you asked – “What can I do with my middle schooler?”

Introducing Silverquicken Quest Club.

What is Silverquicken Quest Club?

A subscription based kit, that provides hands-on monthly puzzles for 9-13 year olds. Think of it as a “secret” school, allowing students to save the world! Your child’s journey into the world of Silverquicken begins with a subscription to one of their membership plans, or when they receive a membership as a gift.

How Does Silverquicken Quest Club Work?

Silverquicken Quest Club provides members with hands-on materials kits and new “quests” for them to solve every month.

  • Welcome Kit
    The Quest Club welcome kit—a Box of Wonders™—arrives within two weeks of signing up for membership. The kit contains high-quality materials and supplies that will orient members to Silverquicken and provide key resources they’ll need in order to solve each monthly quest
  • Monthly Quests
    Each month members will receive a package that contains a brand new adventure! A set of wax-sealed packages will lead them from clue to clue on their quest to solve each month’s mystery.
  • Puzzles & Challenges
    Whether it’s helping the Silverquicken characters break out of the locked-down library, driving a mortal threat out of the Silverquicken world, or preventing aquatic monsters from destroying an underwater village, members must solve multiple puzzles and apply new learning to save the day—and keep the world safe!
  • Investment
    Packages range from a one time trial, to month to month, 3 months, 12 months or a gift subscription. Currently, month to month is under $32/month and if you choose to go the 12 month route, the coast is $25/month.

Quest Club members receive the following items:

  1. Silverquicken Quest Club
  2. Box of Wonders™
  3. Silverquicken World Map
  4. Membership Card & Puzzle of Acceptance
  5. Solver’s Guide
  6. Detailed Intro Booklets
  7. Puzzle Solving Tools (cipher wheel, special dice, notebook, etc)
  8. Puzzles, Hints and Solutions
  9. Listen along as you read each part of the Quest story using a QR Code

SilverquickenWhat our moms are saying about Silverquicken.

“We have done mystery subscription boxes before, but this one is really neat. My daughter wanted to put the subscription membership card in with her school id, in case she needed to show anyone!”

“Silverquicken is fun. It definitely makes the kids think to solve the puzzles. They get so excited when they finally solve something. The clues that come with each puzzle are really nice to give them a jump start on figuring out the puzzles, because some have proven difficult.”

“This subscription box is easy to follow and we definitely plan to continue after we finish our first month.”

“Silverquicken is a great gift; not just another toy. Plus, it is sneaky education, which we love. Kids who love Harry Potter would really enjoy this.”

“The puzzles definitely make you use good-ole brain power and talking through it through while using the pencil and paper. The level of difficultly is on point.”

To learn more about Silverquicken and sign up for a monthly subscription, go to their website: https://www.silverquicken.com

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