Geology Rock Collection Kit

Prospector's Mystery Rock by Educational Insights

Geology Rock Collection KitYou thought Indiana Jones was cool, and then you open this box to find a flat clay rock about 2 inches high and 4.5 inches in diameter... hmmm. But wait! There are no fewer than 10 artifacts buried in here. Some are fragile (including a real fossil) and some are small and valuable (including a real precious stone). Can you use the included prospector's knife and brush, follow the detailed instructions, and excavate all 10 treasures undamaged? Can you identify them? Can you complete the included logbook accurately enough to win a place as assistant on Indiana's next expedition? Only time and a lot of patience will tell. If you do it, there's a plastic display case and labels for your finds--plus a sealed Secret Identity Chart for anything you can't identify. Parent's Choice Foundation Gold Award and National Parenting Center Seal of Approval winner.

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