Crack Open 2 Geodes and Explore Crystals with NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

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Discover crystal treasure!

Geology doesn’t get more exciting then breaking open rocks and finding crystal treasures! Geodes can form with a variety of crystals inside and National Geographic has searched the globe to bring you the best variety of geodes. This earth science kit provides a hands-on science experiment that you and your children are guaranteed to love.

This science kit includes: 2 high-quality crystal filled geodes, safety goggles, display stand, and full-color learning guide

This is a perfect activity for energetic boys and girls! The included display stand is perfect for showcasing the crystals you find and starting a rock collection, while the learning guide will teach you many amazing facts about geodes!

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