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The children’s favorite archaeological excavation can actually dig out real gems and real fossils? !

In this world, there should be no children who don’t like to play soil treasure hunting, right? Children should have fantasized about being a pirate and digging for treasure on a small island, right? There should be no children who don’t regard the treasures they dug up as treasures, right?

Why do children love digging so much? It is because of their natural curiosity and desire to explore the unknown. And there are indeed many secrets buried in the land, otherwise there would not be a subject called “archaeology”.

Today I would like to introduce to you an archaeological toy that even adults will be amazed by – the DIG KIT archaeological excavation set series produced by EDUMAN TOYS.

Can real fossils be dug out of toys? ? That’s right, although fossils are precious, they can also be bought~

Whether it’s dinosaur tooth fossils or shark tooth fossils, what you will find is genuine tens of millions of years ago.

Most of the fossils in DIG KIT are imported from Morocco. Morocco used to be an ocean in ancient times, and a large number of paleontological fossils were left after the formation of land. Fossil trade is one of the sustainable sources of income for local residents.

Gemstones and insect specimens are mainly imported from North America and other countries~

Why is DIG KIT so popular?
√ Not a plastic model! All specimens are genuine!
√Excavation brick looks super beautiful (I can’t bear to do it)
√Shovel, brush, magnifying glass, create a super-real mining experience √Supporting display stand or necklace making utensils, easy to store √Bilingual knowledge manual, easy to get mining knowledge √Inspire children’s super patience and cultivate children’s long-term concentration


This toy is really super engaging for kids! Use real fossils and ores to arouse children’s curiosity, and “little obstacles” on the treasure hunt road to exercise children’s patience.

Who would have thought that one day my child could actually spend several hours doing one thing so attentively and carefully~

1. Real fossils + soil, simulating real archaeological scenes

Speaking of games such as digging for treasure and sand, those are children’s favorite games.
This set of archaeological excavation toys can be said to let children have a good “treasure digging” addiction~

In order to simulate the hardness of the soil in the real environment and give children a more realistic excavation experience, the mud blocks of this archaeological excavation toy are made of laterite and gypsum powder mixed in a certain proportion. The hardness is similar to the soil blocks in the real environment. You need to be very patient while digging.

Real fossils and ores, real soil cover, remove dust little by little, let the “treasures” inside bloom again, imagine yourself as an archaeologist, let’s do it together~


丨Excavation tools丨

Each set of 6 includes a painted digging brick, a magnifying glass, a digging shovel, a small brush, and a display stand or necklace accessory.

Amethyst, tiger’s eye, red jasper, mosasaur teeth, fecal fossils, coral fossils, trilobite fossils…

What do you want to dig up?


The small box excavation bricks are equipped with different statues in appearance according to the excavated objects inside. For example, the dinosaur excavation bricks are dinosaur heads, and the insect set is a realistic model of a large catalpa beetle.

It’s a pity that the excavated bricks are really beautiful, you must take beautiful photos before digging~

There are 2~3 different kinds of excavations in the small set, and 10 kinds in the big set, all of which need to be found while digging~

After collection, you can put the “treasures” into the display rack, which is not easy to scatter and easy to store, and can be observed from multiple angles.


Gem set to send necklace accessories, sterling silver.

3 925 sterling silver wires (about 16CM long), 1 925 sterling silver torus, and a black neck rope that can be directly put on gemstones. MEGA GEMS is equipped with an extra keychain.

You can create a beautiful mineral gemstone pendant using silver wire and a torus according to the instructions.

You can also directly put the gems in, and a unique necklace of your own is born~

Giving it as a gift to someone you care about is also very meaningful!

Fossils and specimens that are usually only seen in museums can now be seen at home.
Dinosaur teeth from the Cretaceous period are placed at home, does it feel very tall?
have to be aware of is:

1. You can spread newspapers under the toys and then dig them out~ In this way, the soil generated during the digging process is easier to clean up.
2. If the child finds it difficult to dig, you can sprinkle a little water, and the mud will be much softer.

2. Multilingual knowledge manuals


in the manuals in each set is consistent with the theme of each set, bilingual in Chinese and English, there is no pressure to compare it~
Holding the object in one hand and looking for relevant knowledge points in the other hand, this kind of learning process is wonderful.

For example, when digging insect specimens, children can use a magnifying glass to observe carefully: which part of the scorpion is poisonous, why does the scorpion have a long tail…

For some younger children, parents can play with the children. While the child is digging, the parents read the knowledge points; after digging out the fossils, review them again according to the instructions.

This will not only help you understand the knowledge more thoroughly, but also remember it better~

Don’t dig violently if you don’t know the location of the gem! It is easy to “accidentally injure” and scratch the gemstone.
Be patient and handle every piece of treasure meticulously, which will make the children cherish the “results” dug out more, and the sense of happiness obtained will be stronger~

After 10,000 organisms die, only about one survives as a fossil. Therefore, each fossil has its own extraordinary history.
Let’s explore together!

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