Fun Express Break Your Own Geodes - 12 Pieces
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- Geodes are round stones, usually hollow filled with crystals or layers of agate. Your "Break at Home" geode should have either quartz or calcite crystals inside.
- To crack your geode, first place it inside an old sock. Lay sock on concrete floor or sidewalk, and tap geode with hammer
- 1 dozen package
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|Item Dimensions||6.5 x 8.3 x 3.2 in||2.5 x 12 x 8 in||5 x 8 x 1.75 in||4.5 x 6.75 x 2.5 in||4 x 4 x 8 in||4.4 x 9.9 x 2.3 in|
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I see lots of negative reviews for how small the geodes were. Personally, I knew ordering they'd be small as 12 geodes for under 10$ is a good deal. You can get large sized ones but they're naturally more expensive and I just wanted something fun and scientific to do with my kids during Christmas break from school. I have two kids, so each one got to break open six and they loved it. Some did break apart into pieces, the smallest ones of course, but Ryu and Cammy are 11 and 8, how much of the breakage was the geodes size vs their lack of finesse, idk. Even if you don't get two solid half's, they still got one big piece and a few smaller ones, I just think that's supposed to be what happens when you let the kids hammer away.
I would say a gum-ball to golf ball sized would be my estimation of their size (I did not measure them, so that's by no means scientific) Out of the 12 I received one was solid, but still pretty. Again, to me that wasn't disappointing. Who knows until you break it if it's solid or not for sure, so I can't say that's anything wrong with it so decided to not take that away from the five stars.
I'd recommend them to anyone who just wants to have fun, and isn't planning on just giving one out per child, like in a classroom, because then I could see a disappointed student if they're the one that gets a crushed or solid geode. But if you have 1-3 kids, maybe 4 kids....this would be ideal for just a fun experiment at home like I used them for.
The fun was really on the breaking and then checking out what was in them. I wasn't planning on displaying them afterwards so keep in mind if that's what you're going for, maybe pick a larger option then these guys, I couldn't see recommending them for that either. But overall, I was very happy with how fast they came, and the overall geodes themselves.