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  MSRP: $9.99



  • REAL METEORITE FROM SPACE – Witness the excitement as your child excavates a real space rock! Kids will dig up a real meteorite and tektite

  • AN EDUCATIONAL ADVENTURE – Meteorites, meteors, asteroids, and tektites. Kids will learn all about these amazing space objects with National Geographic’s learning guide

  • START A ROCK COLLECTION – These rare specimens make the perfect addition to any rock collection! Digging them out is a fun family experience

  • PERFECT FOR HOMESCHOOLS – Create an interactive lesson with this hands-on science kit! Inspire your child with an exciting way to learn about space and geology

  • RESPECTED QUALITY – Providing children with the best educational toys, this kit comes with National Geographic’s 100% satisfaction guarantee

Meteorite Dig Kit – A Space Science Adventure by National Geographic

Dig Up and Collect a Genuine Meteorite From Space!

This exciting Meteorite Dig Kit is the perfect educational activity. Teach your child about shooting stars, meteorites, and tektites and illuminate the science behind outer space. Kids will love digging up and discovering a genuine meteorite and will be fascinated to explore their tektite (natural impact-glass formed when meteorites smash into the earth).


This science kit includes: A meteorite-themed dig brick containing real meteorite and tektite specimens, archeological digging tools, full-color learning guide, and magnifying glass.


Children with an interest in space, rocks, or shooting stars are sure to love this premium Meteorite Dig Kit. Get your kit today and inspire your child with this fun and unique hands-on learning set.

National Geographic Toys is proud to provide a 100% satisfaction guarantee with all our products so that you can buy with confidence.


About the National Geographic Society

With a mission to inspire people to care about the planet, the 126-year-old National Geographic Society is one of the world’s largest nonprofit scientific and educational organizations. National Geographic’s net proceeds support vital exploration, conservation, research, and education programs.

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