Want to get them outside and excited about nature?
Then take your kids sifting for gemstones.
First, you’ll make a gem sifter. Then enjoy the thrill of discovering rocks in nature and exploring basic geology. It’ll be a rock-solid experience you’re sure to remember.
In this article I’ll show you and the rockhounds in your family how to have an exciting mining adventure.
Why Go Rockhounding?
Rockhounding, also known as amateur geology, is an excellent way to get your kids excited to explore outside.
Go on a hike and collect rocks along the way. Or sift through the grit and sand of mines to discover treasures.
Identify the gems and minerals you find. Display your treasure or make a rock garden to remember the experience.