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DIY Tabletop Dinosaur Fossil Dig For Kids (Dino Dig Game)

By on February 8, 2015

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Playing with sand does not always need to be done outside in a sandbox. You can easily use a sandbox with hidden dinosaur “fossils” for kids to find. This is easy to do as a craft project as an activity for children to do right at the kitchen table. A basic tabletop dinosaur fossil dig can easily be made as a gift or to have to use for an afternoon of fun.

A tabletop dinosaur fossil dig will require a variety of supplies. This will include the sand that kids will dig through and toy dinosaur “fossils” that will be discovered. The most important detail about this project is getting the proper result. You will need to ensure the proper tools and materials are used.

You can find all the materials to use to make a tabletop dinosaur fossil dig in many places. Play sand is an item that can typically be found at a local hardware store or a home improvement store. Wood to make the frame may be made from scrap pieces or purchased specifically for this project. You can find the dinosaur fossils in some local toy stores or online at Amazon.

A 5-gallon bucket will be needed to mix up the sand and all other ingredients to make a tabletop dinosaur fossil dig. Craft glue also will be needed to get the consistency of the sand correct. This can take some trial and error as you might not get it right the first time.

The frame for a tabletop dinosaur fossil dig will be a rectangle shape. You can make the frame on your own or look at stores like Goodwill to see if any wooden boxes are available. Kids will be surprised to find all the different “fossils” they are able to dig up.

The instructions to make a tabletop dinosaur fossil dig can be found on diyready.com here…

DIY Tabletop Dinosaur Fossil Dig


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