National Geographic - Gemstone Dig Kit

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The National Geographic Gemstone Dig KitExperience the thrill of discovery! Experience the day in the life of a geologist and the excitement of discovery with the National Geographic Gemstone Dig Kit. Hidden treasures buried in the dig brick are waiting to be evacuated by curious young mineral hunters. This kit offers kids an authentic thrilling excavation experience of finding and exposing specimens with the provided dig tool and brush like a real geologist! They'll have a blast carefully digging and mining to uncover three amazing genuine gemstones- tiger's eye, amethyst, and quartz. These beautiful gems can be cherished forever and make a great addition to any rock collection! The set's included magnifying glass allows for a closer and more detailed look at the unearthed magic. The full-color detailed learning guide makes it easy to identify each gemstone and provides fascinating insight into their amazing and unique attributes as well as cool facts about their crystals. This is a great inspiring and educational STEM activity for boys and girls that will spark a love of science. Explore the enticing world of geology from home right out of a box and create memories that will last a lifetime! The National Geographic STEM series provides kids high-quality educational toys that are a whole lot of fun! If your experience is anything less than extraordinary, let us know so we can make it right for you.● Gemstone dig kit offers hands-on learning of geology.● Dig through the brick with provided tools for an authentic excavation experience.●Evacuate 3 genuine gemstones- tiger's eye, amethyst, and quartz.● Includes magnifying glass for a closer and more detailed look at specimens.● Full-color detailed learning guide makes it easy to identify the gemstones.This hands-on science kit is an exciting way to explore the awesome world of geology right at home!National Geographic Toys makes the highest quality hands-on science toys, and all products are backed by exceptional service.The National Geographic Society is one of the world’s largest nonprofit scientific and educational organizations.

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