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Dig It Up! Discovery Kit

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Dig into the exciting world of paleontology and geology with 12 fun activities that were millions of years in the making! Learn about the thrilling world of dinosaurs as you excavate and assemble a Tyrannosaurus and Triceratops skeleton, or even cast a Pachycephalosaurus skull. For geological activities that really rock, this kit also lets you create replicas of amber stones with preserved prehistoric insects, and trace fossils that can teach you how rocks can hold secrets from millions of years ago. This kit contains more than just your average dinosaur toys for kids, it contains wonderful activities that will provide children with invaluable knowledge and hours of fun. Comes with: clear soap base, plaster of paris powder, fine vermiculite, modeling clay, food coloring, black paint, pachycephalosaurus skull mold, allosaurus claw mold, amber soap mold, rock mold, two beakers, tyrannosaurus rex skeleton, triceratops skeleton, bug decals, digging tools, paint brush, stirring sticks, pipette, scoop, plastic magnifying glass, safety mask and gloves.• Contains 12 unique activities• Learn about the thrilling world of paleontology and geology• Create your own fossils and amber rocks• Teaches: critical thinking, instruction following, a love for science and history

Age Recommendation: Ages 8 and up


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Established by respected speech and language expert Sherry Artemenko, the PAL Award recognizes exceptional toys, games and books that, through their design, content, quality, and character, promote play that advances language. PAL winners in the hands of kids spark fun and creative play with lots of talk!
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