To prevent the future threats of natural disaster, it is important to understand how the disaster happened, why lives were lost, and what lessons have been learned. By that, the attitude of society toward natural disaster can be transformed from training to learning. This project is designed to elevate the quality of earthquake science education by means of incorporating earthquake/tsunami stories and online game into the traditional curricula in schools. Through pilot of courses and professional development workshops, we have worked closely with teachers from elementary, junior high, and senior high schools, to design workable teaching plans through a practical operation of seismic monitoring at home or school. I will introduce how does 9 years old learn P-wave and S-wave picking through interactive learning platform, how do scientists and school teachers work together, and how do we create an environment to facilitate continuous learning, to make earthquake science fun.