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Fluorescent Glow Rocks Mineral Science Kit
Fluorescent Glow Rocks Mineral Science Kit
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Category: Kids/Toys and Games/All Toys

Of all the minerals in the world, only about 15 percent of them can fluoresce—or glow under special UV light. This kit contains six of these rare minerals, a portable UV lamp, and an adventure guide with 10 experiments to get you started exploring this cool geological phenomenon. You can even take the UV lamp outside to begin exploring for other glowing rocks. Winner of Dr. Toy’s Seal of Distinction in 2012.


$29.95
National Geographic Crystals, Rocks, and Minerals Kit
National Geographic Crystals, Rocks, and Minerals Kit
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Category: Kids/Toys and Games/All Toys

Learn about rocks and the minerals that form them. Dig deeper, and discover the fascinating crystal structures of these minerals. Much more than just a crystal growing kit, this experiment kit teaches you the chemistry of crystals and the geological science behind rock formation with more than 18 hands-on projects and investigations.


$49.95
Mine for Gems Mineral Science Kit
Mine for Gems Mineral Science Kit
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What cooler way to start a rock collection than to dig for treasure yourself? Get out the digging and brush and excavate 10 real gemstones from a block of packed earth—using the same tools and techniques as real gem-hunters, archaeologists, and paleontologists. You’ll find purple amethyst, pyrite (or fool’s gold), quartz crystals, striped tigers eye, and other semi-precious stones. An adventure guide details 10 games, puzzles, and challenges to help you learn unique details of your newly unearthed treasures. Winner of Creative Child magazine’s 2013 Kids Product of the Year.


$29.95
National Geographic Fire and Ice Volcano Kit
National Geographic Fire and Ice Volcano Kit
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With just a few household items like vinegar and baking soda, create a working volcano model that spews bubbling “lava.” You can even use the plastic volcano form as a mold to create an ice volcano with LED lights. Known as cryovolcanoes, ice volcanoes were first seen by the Voyager 2 space probe on Triton, Neptune’s largest moon.


$24.95
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