Activity Rocks Carded Set

Activity Rocks Carded Set

# 003120

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Item #: 003120
Grades: PK-AD

Product Description:

Kids are generally attracted to unusual things. This kit piques their interest in rocks and rock collecting by presenting 4 very uncommon rocks, along with a booklet filled with scientific activities and perplexing puzzles. Floating pumice, magnetic lodestone, quartz, and dolomite display their talents for your budding geologist.

Category Description for Rock Collections:

We have several rock-hounds here - as evidenced by the boxes of rocks that haunt the dark recesses under beds and in closets, when they're not strewn all over the floor! Of course, our "good" rock collections don't suffer the same fate. These have been used countless times in our homeschool, especially in our study of Earth Science. Kept in the schoolroom, the children are free to use them to identify other rocks or just to peruse for sheer delight. I guess you can tell that I am rather fond of rocks myself. The combinations and varieties that God has embedded in the Earth are astounding and beautiful. We had to "dig" a little for the information to stock these, but it was totally worth the effort!




Primary Subject
Science
Grade Start
PK
Grade End
AD
EAN
734896626500
Format
Other
Brand Name
GeoCentral
Weight
0.35 (lbs.)
Dimensions
8.0" x 5.0" x 1.5"
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may go good with the rocks
Kathleen L on May 15, 2020
easter basket gift idea
Kellie N on Apr 7, 2019
may go good with the rocks
Kathleen L on May 15, 2020
Looks like a cool addition for our science stuff.
User on Apr 15, 2020
easter basket gift idea
Kellie N on Apr 7, 2019
for a kindergarten class
Diane S on Nov 12, 2018
For my students
jacqueline L on Sep 16, 2017
For son doing My Father's World K, Rock Lesson, to experiment with rocks.
Susan A on May 8, 2016
Looks like a cool addition for our science stuff.
User on Apr 15, 2020
for a kindergarten class
Diane S on Nov 12, 2018
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