NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Mega Gemstone Mine – Dig Up 15 Real Gems
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- DISCOVER CRYSTAL TREASURES and give your child the thrill of digging in a real gem mine
- FIND 15 AMAZING GEMSTONES including pyrite, amethyst, tiger’s eye, fluorite, quartz, obsidian, aventurine and more
- EVERYTHING YOU NEED including a dig brick, chisel, brush and magnifying glass to keep kids digging for hours
- 16-PAGE, FULL-COLOR LEARNING GUIDE illustrates how gemstones are formed and mined and helps young scientists identify each specimen as it’s discovered
- 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEED - For 129 years, National Geographic has provided fascinating and fun educational opportunities to aspiring scientists around the world.
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Dig into this Mega Gemstone Mine with the archeological tools provided and explore naturally formed crystals and gemstones from around the world. Unearth these gemstones and add them to your rock collection. You’ll learn all about each stone and about how they are formed with the detailed learning guide included in this kit. STEM science learning just doesn’t get any better!
This science kit includes: Large dig brick containing 15 gemstones, full-color learning guide, archeological digging tools, and magnifying glass.
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P.S. Just a tip, I put his brick in a disposable 9×13 pan for easier clean up!
As we chipped away with the tool, you begin to see parts of gems. You can use the brush to wipe away the dust and use the magnifying glass to see the details of the gems. You can also reference the gem in the color booklet to find it's name, origin, etc.
When we were done, we had discovered 15 gems and made a mess. Be prepared to vacuum or wipe the dust and debris from the work area.
It comes as one solid mass about the diameter of a salad plate, and it was surprising to see the quantity and quality of rocks that it contained. Most of the minerals were polished, except a couple that were fascinating in their natural state, and the kit contains a color guidebook so that we could all sit down together after the mess had subsided and match the gems to their names and descriptions.
Perfect gift for birthdays or science/nature days. Your budding geologist will love it!