Treasure Rocks Part II

If you want to know how to make our awesome Treasure Rocks from yesterday's recipe - click here. 

Here's what they looked like before we cracked 'em:

All rock-like and ready to go.

My older class stayed and partnered up with someone from Pre-K to help with the rocks

They were excited to see them crack open what they made!  Ours didn't really break even when dropped, you had to crack them, which was even cooler! :)

I didn't get too many pictures because of all the excitement but we put little carnival prizes in and they LOVED THEM!

Its hard to see but here's a friend breaking one open with a BOUNCY BALL inside!

SQUOOSH ball thingy - It was easy to break the parts away - trust me

These would be great for younger children just to break open.  For older students it can be connected with fossils or dinosaurs!

So easy-peasy and so much FUN!  I'll try and add more pictures if I get some more!


  1. I need to find a way to use these treasures rocks with my kids! I'm definitely pinning this for next year!

    I also absolutely love the frame that you made!!! I'm so glad that you used the tutorial so quickly and that you were able to use the tutorial so quickly and that you let me know how I could see the finished product!!!

    A Turn to Learn

    1. I thought you might like to see it! Thanks for all the tips already!

  2. Glad I discovered your blog! You have some fabulous ideas. Can't wait to read more. :)

  3. This is so cool! I can't wait to try this out! Thanks for sharing :)

    Cheers To School


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