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DANCING BEAR Rock & Mineral Collection Activity Kit (200+Pcs) with Geodes, Shark Teeth Fossils, Arrowheads, Crystals, Gemstones for Kids, Rock Book, Treasure Hunt ID Sheet, STEM Education, Made in USA

Price:PKR. 42,965.00 /

Asin: B00AA7BA3Y
Product weight: 2.6 Pounds
Product dimentsions: 8 x 2 x 5 inches
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About this item This fits your . Make sure this fits by entering your model number. P.when("ReplacementPartsBulletLoader").execute(function(module){ module.initializeDPX(); }) ?? FREE FAST (2-3 DAY) SHIPPING WITHIN USA, DANCING BEAR SHIPS SELLER FULFILLED ORDERS EVERY WEEKDAY?? ?? ?? !! ??BEST Rock, Gem & Mineral Collection ACTIVITY KIT includes over 200 pcs with full-color educational identification sheet for STEM-based learning. Don’t be fooled by National Competitor’s kit as their photos and fancy packaging are misleading and their contents are inferior and made in China. ??FIND, SORT & IDENTIFY--HAND-SELECTED HIGHEST QUALITY rock and mineral TREASURES are mixed with clean gravel so you can discover and identify like a real ROCK HOUND! Favorites include amethyst, quartz, tiger eye, jasper, goldstone, calcite, turquenite and many others. Contents may contain naturally occurring dirt/sand and may be rinsed. ??BONUS: 2 Easy Open GEODES with crystals inside, fossilized SHARK teeth, pumice (floating rock) and ARROWHEADS! CAREFULLY ASSEMBLED IN THE USA by our team in Eugene, Oregon and we DONATE 10% of profits to charities.
Product Dimensions
8 x 2 x 5 inches
Item Weight
2.6 pounds
ASIN
B00AA7BA3Y
Item model number
RMKBYOG
Manufacturer recommended age
3 years and up
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer
No
Mfg Recommended age
3 year and up
Manufacturer
Dancing Bear
C. E. Keller ZP
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on January 15, 2017

Review:This kit turned a princess slumber party of 7 year- olds into a slumber party of 7 year-old aspiring amateur geology enthusiasts... or future geologist groupies. They especially loved the shark teeth and arrowheads. I've never seen kids drop watching The Little Mermaid and yapping about princesses faster to identify rocks. They played with it for 2 hours straight and only stopped because I made them go to sleep. This is a great kit and kids just love it. Give them a little water and a tiny paint brush and they will "polish" the gems for longer than you would think possible. Perfect for keeping your kid quiet to catch up on quality sitting time. Read more

Zella
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on August 23, 2017

Review:Lots of fun with this rock collection. There's a little bit of everything: polished stones, fossils, volcanic rocks, geodes, rough rocks. Just a little bit of advice; don't toss the limestone rocks just because they look like something from your backyard! Put them in a plastic cup or a small glass jar with just enough distilled white vinegar to cover them. They will fizz like crazy for a while because limestone contains calcium carbonate which reacts with the acid in the vinegar. Let them sit undisturbed for a few days, and as the vinegar evaporates, crystals will form on the limestone rocks. Read more

Buu Nguyen
Rating:4.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on June 23, 2016

Review:Don't be deterred by the plain packaging-this kit was fun, educational, and well worth the money we spent! This activity kit was purchased for my sons sixth birthday, and I have to say, it did not disappoint! It includes an identification sheet, 2 separately packaged geodes, instructions for opening them, and a ziplock bag of mixed gravel, which includes the specific rocks your child is meant to search for by digging through the "plain" gravel. Though the packaging is not "fancy," the price isn't a ball-buster, and the activity of sorting through gravel to find your rock specimens is actually very creative and educational. My son wouldn't have had nearly as much fun with a pre-labeled kit, and certainly wouldn't have learned what he did about rock and mineral identification. It is very hands on, but can be messy-a lot of dust is created in the shipping process. For my boys, that just makes it more fun (what boy doesn't like a little dust on his hands?). I don't usually mark items as a 5 star, but very improvement would be needed. Namely, I felt that we needed more assistance in specifying each rock in the kit-something along the lines of a short description sheet along with the identification sheet. Also, there are 4 pictures for amethyst. I understand the first two, the first of which is a polished amethyst stone, and the second a rough amethyst. However, the names under the titles are "Amethyst", "Amethyst (again),"Rough Amethyst (which looks so similar to the first option I'm not sure it warrants differentiating), and "Amethyst Cluster". After quite a bit of searching, I decided the "cluster" must have broken, because we didn't receive it. But there was so much amethyst in the kit that it didn't really matter-they got the general idea. I would like to see the "Rough Amethyst" and "Amethyst cluster" replaced two other minerals. Not sure what, but an easy one would be granite (included in a lot of box store gravel since broken granite is useless for any other purpose), and maybe feldspar? I am not an expert and am literally just throwing that out there, but I do feel the "amethyst" identification options are redundant. The only item we were not able to match up was the blue calcite. After multiple online searches, I deducted that the samples given are probably polished calcite, since there were a lot of those. But my son refused to match them up with the picture because "the picture doesn't look like that, mommy". None of these concerns change my review from a four star to a three star. My family had so much fun! And this kit is incredibly educational. They were so thrilled with it that they even pulled out their portable microscope to get a "closer look", which sparked a lot of wonderful questions. Read more

Phx17
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on April 8, 2017

Review:First, I'd like to say that I sampled a few kids oriented rock collections. This one is by far my favorite. My kids found the cemented collections, glued on a page or in prelabeled plastic divided containers to be only momentarily interesting. Tumbled rocks or lab created pops of color felt too much like cheap toys. Better to have a pile to touch, explore, and play detective in identifying items. Perhaps we'll move on to single specimens that are larger- now that we have a Little Rock knowledge. I ordered two boxes for my two kids. Both arrived in two days. I was a bit worried at the small package, coming in at the size of a large pencil box. However after dumping the lot into a strainer for a quick rinse, things looked better. (Blue strainer picture has contents from one box) one boxes contents seemed noticeably smaller in all aspects: smaller geodes, 2 shark teeth (5 in the other), 1 arrowhead (2 in the other), and smaller rocks in about every category. However, even the smaller batch was a great deal in my opinion. The real test was the reception from my 1st and 4th graders: definite thumbs up! Although my 4th grader dismissed what we call "yard rocks" (cause we can find them in our backyard), my 1st grader loved and kept all of them. As you can see from the separated piles, the largest is the pile of 20-30 yard rocks. I would have preferred to pay the same price without that sort of filler. No biggee: the yard rocks are now in the yard. I'd say 70-80% of the rocks are smaller than a dime, but the variety and the remaining sizable rocks (1-2 " big) made up for things. See the photo of our favorites from both boxes. The shark teeth and arrowheads were a fun touch. Didn't see any fossils or fossil poo... perhaps I mixed up the product description when buying. My 1st grader love love loved the magnetic rock. My 4th grader went for the crystal and the "gold," of course. After reading the reviews, I was prepped for some big muscle, geode cracking action. The first tiniest geode was a tough nut, with no hollow. Perhaps that caused me to power up because the next three virtually shattered (even under my puny mom muscle). Still, the kids were happy and I managed two or three larger chunks for each kid. The geode pictures represent 2 cracked geodes. I'm the end, these boxes were the perfect size to start a rock collection. They fit quite well into some used wooden cigar boxes. The adventures in cracking and sorting prompted good science discussion and made their science teacher grandpa quite happy. I will definitely be looking to see what other products are offered and I highly recommend this product. Read more

Amazonian
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on April 29, 2020

Review:For some reasons there is no longer an option to upload pictures of the product being reviewed so I cannot show you the rocks that were sent to me. I received a bag of rocks in different sizes, 1/3 of the rocks are regular gravels, a few shark teeth about an inch long, a few good rocks but the rest are so small about the size of a pinky nail or smaller and some broken pieces. I am beyond disappointed with the purchase. Not worth $25. Gonna try to return it. Read more

ME
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Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 6, 2020

Review:Very disappointing. Some nice although very tiny pieces but most look like stones you could find in garden. All very tiny and dusty because all together in a bag. The geodes one very very small. Box damaged and overall very small. Not worth £30 will be returning and buying individual items. Read more

Jay T
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Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 5, 2020

Review:Great kit, loads in the pack was happy with the price for what you get. My niece loved it all... apart from the 1 I took ;•) Read more

Anna
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Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 28, 2019

Review:I got this for my rock and stone obsessed son for his birthday and he absolutely loves it. We also got him a stone polisher to go with it and he's in heaven! Read more

Mrs M
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Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 7, 2019

Review:What can I say, all the other reviewers were correct, the kids loved this for hours and hours and hours, bag of rocks and a book - perfect. Read more

graham foster
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Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 16, 2021

Review:The media could not be loaded. Advertisement pictures deliberately misrepresent the box size. As a consequence I suspect that the contents are also less than expected. Therefore I will not be passing this on as a present to a granddaughter, but will return unopened. Read more