Monday, April 3, 2017

Fossil On! Science Kit Giveaway

I was super excited to review and giveaway Fossil On! The Geology Game of Brains and Sheer Determination. It's a game with fossils, rocks and minerals. Your youth can explore the earth's wonderful treasures. 

Everything fits in it. I do have to say that It takes some moving around to get everything to fit just right to get it shut and locked. I'm not sure that kids will be able to do this on their own.

Gift-wrap is available, so this set would make a perfect gift!

What the Set Includes:
  • A Fun Learning Game that's similar to BINGO
  • A Fossil Collection That Includes: 15 specimens of mosasaur, shark, dinosaur, etc. identification guide
  • 60+ Small Polished Rocks and Mineral Pieces
  • Cards with Fun Facts on Fossils and Rocks
  • A Hard Plastic Carry Case
Rock Collection:

Fossil Collection:


The Game

The boys love games. The game reminded me of bingo.

There are 5 levels for up to 6 players. The game is educational. It's filled with science. It would be a great game for the classroom! It's meant for elementary ages, and beyond. You just match the fossil up with what it looks like on the sheet. Whoever has a line of fossils first wins the game.

This makes learning fun! It's an educational, science game kit offers STEM-based, hands-on learning while exploring Earth’s paleontology treasures.

If you don't care for games, it's just cool to look through the rocks and minerals.


It's $29.95 on Prime. It's rated really high on Amazon.

Win It:

One of my readers is going to win Fossil On! The giveaway is open to residents of the US, 18+, and will run through 4/17/17. Winner will have 24 hours to respond to the email before a new winner is selected.

Open to the US.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Disclaimer: I received Fossil On! to assist with this review. I wrote this post, and was not influenced at all with an opinion. I only review things that I find interesting, or that would benefit my readers or family. 


Theresa Mahoney said...

This looks like so much fun! I remember I wanted something similar to this when I was a kid. Never got it, but I do remember picking through the rocks on the playground looking for neat things. Only ever found Indian beads though.

Tina H said...

My kid likes all that has to do with experience TS. Mc2 dolls have some but the latest she did was the bar of ivory soap in a microwave.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

My boys love to look for fossils. I remember finding some in of ferns in a creekbed when I was a kid.

andrea v said...

We are always looking for fossils in our rock beds. My daughter enjoys the search. We did an experiment with frisbees once and weights

Ai Sakura said...

the fossils are so cool!!

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

~ Noelle said...

Those rocks are beautiful!
We got a candle making kit once and had a blast making candles!!!!!

Nancy said...

As a child, I did the science experiment with colored water going up a celery stalk.

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Lauren said...

I had fun making a baking soda volcano.

Jennifer Carroll said...

My daughter just did a science project where she had to build a box where she could drop an egg off the roof and not break the egg. It was really fun to think of ways to ensure her egg does not break! I think she would really like this kit as she loves science!

Meghan said...

I love rock kits!

lildevilgirl22 said...

As a kid I loved doing the Volcano it was so fun

Anonymous said...

I loved making slime with my girls and when my son did what sticks better glue,gum or tape
Glue was the einnef

John Smith said...

A friend many years ago had a very nice rock polishing kit!

Unknown said...

One of my favorite science projects I did growing up was the exploding volcano. I have salute Lee loved it. My third-grader had to do a science experiment and we did the same one and she was just as excited as I was about it

Pam said...

I've always loved science fair projects!

Nicole Lancaster said...

My favorite science kit as a kid was a Potato Clock kit. You take a Potato and stick some electrodes in it and it powers a clock. I thought that was so neat.

Unknown said...

We did a science project about all finger prints being unique. My daughter won 1st place in a homeschool science fair. Thanks! We could use this.

Sue Hull said...

My daughter is grown. My 9 yr old niece loves science.I think she did a kit having to do with germs.She loves rocks and so do I.Thank you for the chance 😀

rajee said...

my boys love fossil

Robert B said...

My grandchildren would always like to use a cool robotics Science Kit.

Milton said...

I have grandchildren that would just like to get a neat, chemistry set Science Kit.

Marc said...

My nieces and nephews would always enjoy getting a marvelous, electric circuits Science Kit.

Paulet said...

My grandchildren absolutely need to have a wonderful, rocket Science Kit

Malv said...

I have nieces and nephews that definitely want to have a fabulous, crystal-growing Science Kit.

Aaron said...

I have many children that would really love to have an awesome, astronomy Science Kit.


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