GeoKidz Educational Geology Dig Kit  | Made In Washington Gifts For Kids
GeoKidz Educational Geology Dig Kit  | Made In Washington Gifts For Kids
GeoKidz Educational Geology Dig Kit  | Made In Washington Gifts For Kids
GeoKidz Educational Geology Dig Kit  | Made In Washington Gifts For Kids
GeoKidz Educational Geology Dig Kit  | Made In Washington Gifts For Kids
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Liberty Lake, Washington

GeoKidz

The GeoKidz story began in 2018 at the third birthday party of Justin & Melia's son. Their three-year old loved digging in the backyard for treasures – including both the creepy-crawly (ew gross!) and the ‘cool rock’ types of treasures. Although a magnifying glass and container were good enough for...

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GeoKidz Educational Geology Dig Kit

$27.50

SKU: 6-08722

Quantity

GeoKidz Geology Dig Kit –

Uncover treasures! The GeoKidz Dig Kit includes well over a dozen hand-selected rocks and minerals! Find treasures such as beautiful quartz points, amethysts, opal, jasper, calcite, pyrite, and more! Each kit includes:

  • Bag of sand and hand-selected rocks and minerals (about one-pound of rough minerals and rocks!)
  • Sieve to uncover your treasures.
  • Hand-trowel to continue digging and exploring.
  • Mineral identification card to help identify your minerals.
  • Sample bags for collecting and storing.
  • Drawstring backpack to take your gear to the field!

Dig kit comes in a 10x14 Burlap bag

Fun activity for Spring Break, Summer Outings or adventures at the park.

Liberty Lake, Washington

GeoKidz

The GeoKidz story began in 2018 at the third birthday party of Justin & Melia's son. Their three-year old loved digging in the backyard for treasures – including both the creepy-crawly (ew gross!) and the ‘cool rock’ types of treasures. Although a magnifying glass and container were good enough for...

Learn More