Mini Me Geology’s My Rockin’ Collection Deluxe Rock & Mineral Kits

Mini Me Geology’s Deluxe My Rockin’ Collection series rock and minerals kits are the perfect STEM geology fun for children and adults. You will enjoy these kits that feature large mineral and rock samples, identification accessories, sample information, and sturdy storage boxes. The Mini Me Geology deluxe kits are perfect for classrooms and homeschool STEM geology lessons too.

Mini Me Geology Rock Detectives Kits for Elementary and Middle School STEM activity fun!

The Rock Detectives Kits are absolutely perfect for kids who are starting out in science. These kits are great for STEM activities and they can help kids who are resistant to science become more interested through the experiments, activities, puzzles and coloring pages. This video gives you a little more insight into these fun kits that we developed just for kids!

Ask-a-Geologist Your Questions about Rocks, Minerals, Fossils!

Do you have questions about geology, rocks, minerals or fossils? We would love to answer your questions in our next Ask-a-Geologist question and answer video. We would love to hear from kids, teachers, homeschool parents and anyone who just loves Earth Science. Submit your Ask-a-Geologist question today: http://bit.ly/ASKAGEOLOGIST

Rock & Mineral Poster Sets for Home, Classrooms & Schools – Perfect for STEM Lessons

At Mini Me Geology we have a great selection of geology products that are perfect for all of your STEM lessons. This fun rock and mineral poster set has four posters for Minerals, Igneous Rock, Sedimentary Rocks, and Metamorphic Rocks. You can find these on our website.

Crystal Cave Adventures Blends English Language Arts and STEM into an Exciting Novel Series for Kids

The release of the Crystal Cave Adventure series is an exciting step that blends fun adventure stories with science. In today’s world when Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) curriculum is all the rage, a novel series that can transport kids to a story that is fictional yet has a touch of real science woven throughout the series is a welcome change to many children.

‘Bread Rocks’ Make a Fun Metamorphic Science Experiment

As sediments build up in layers over time, they may become compressed and turn into a sedimentary rock. A significant increase in pressure with low to moderate temperature increases may cause metamorphism to take place and turn the rock from sedimentary to metamorphic. This experiment will allow you to create your own sedimentary rock then with exposure to heat and pressure, change it into a metamorphic rock!

Ask-a-Geologist #22: What are some common household items made of rocks and minerals?

e received a great question from one of our customers about the usefulness of rocks. Teddy wrote:

What are some common household items made of rocks and minerals?

In this video answer, we talk about several types of rocks and minerals and their common uses. There are probably some you know and maybe a few you do not. We talk about one you probably use everyday and one you may even eat. Take a look at the video and see how many of these you know.

The Geometry of Minerals: How Some Crystals Form Unique and Beautiful Mathematical Shapes

There are many, many different crystal shapes in the world. In fact, there are too many to list in a simple blog post! Determining the shapes of different minerals can help you uncover their identity.

It’s Time to Register for Rock Detectives Camp 2018!

March has arrived and it is time to register your kids for summer camps. If you live in the Mount Pleasant / Charleston, South Carolina, area or plan to visit this June, I would love to have you join us for Rock Detectives Camp. The camp will be held at the Park West Recreation Building in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, on June 19 through 23, 2017 from 1:00 pm until 4:00 pm. Come join us for a full week of geology fun!

The Great 2018 Snowstorm in Charleston!

As many of you know, Mini Me Geology is based in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, which is a suburb of Charleston. Last Wednesday, we had a record snowfall. The official measurement was 5.3″, which is the third highest snowfall on record and our biggest since 1989. We were not prepared. Historically, since we started keeping […]