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  1. Nimblewoodzy89

    Where in the UK is best

    Hello all I'm just wondering where the beat place is in the UK is best to take my children to look for fossil or anything I've looked on YouTube but for me it's all a bit to confusing I would love to get into this and finding my own fossil but wouldn't know where to start or how to even find a fossil unless it hit me in the face but any information would be great thanks
  2. minnbuckeye

    Fossiling for Children

    The fossil/rock club that I belong to was asked to be part of a craft show in Morrison, Iowa this past weekend. The president asked for assistance months ago. I did not volunteer initially because it was a 2.5 hour drive for me. But as of Thursday, help was still needed. What I didn't realize was that in addition to my physical attendance, I was to put together a project for children!!! Now this is Thursday evening and I needed to be in Iowa Saturday. The president informed me that last year 200 youngsters went through their set up. So here is my project and results: I decided t
  3. Brian2828

    Myrtle Beach hunting

    I will be on vacation later this month with family in Myrtle Beach. I would appreciate any advice for fossil hunting with kids in the area. Is it worthwhile to simply walk the beach at low tide? Are there better areas to go? I'm not looking for anyone's secret spots, but some general advice regarding where and how would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
  4. Hi friends! I'm new, I just stumbled across this forum and it's awesome content while searching for fossil localities near Charleston, South Carolina. I was hoping to get some tips on looking for shark teeth anywhere between Columbia and Charleston. I am taking a road trip from AZ with my family and thought it would be really great to stop and search for fossils along the way. I just can't seem to really pin down any nice spots to find some. I know fossil hunting grounds are a very hush-hush type of thing, but I was hoping that I could be pointed in the direction of somewhere where I might be
  5. Lol! Ran across this on Amazon. A must have for the VERY precocious 5 year old in your house! Good Night, Trilobite is a story about Tony the trilobite and his friends, Becky the brachiopod and Bryan the bryozoan, who lived 415 million years ago on the sea floor of what would one day be the Chickasaw Nation. When a hungry cephalopod named Seth shows up, Tony and his friends find themselves in trilobite trouble! This fun and educational introduction to creatures from the Paleozoic era and the fossils they left behind includes a glossary of scientific terms, Chickasaw language vo
  6. Tidgy's Dad

    THE FLIGHT OF THE PTEROSAURS

    I recently received this book as well as some home-made cookies from a friend in Louisiana (not a Forum member). It's great and although it's for children is excellent fun and very informative. A recommended gift for kids and adults too.
  7. I've seen many postings over the years about paid sites to collect. Does the forum have a repository of those sites someplace? for instance- When my children were younger (1990's) we made three trips to Kemmerer,, Wy a couple of trips to Florissant, CO, a trip to U DIg in Utah, all of which I would recommend, although 20 yrs later I'm not sure how good those sites are. These trips are nice for people who are out for a (summer) vacation and want an interesting family experience. Besides, no one has to keep these sites secret. Sites out of the USA would also be of great inter
  8. Hi all, I was wondering if there are any professional paleontologists, geologists, physical scientists or other paleo professionals out there willing to write a review for a children's book on coprolites. Please send me a personal message if you are interested. Thanks! Lori
  9. Justin H

    Children and Fossils

    From the album: Justin's Shark Teeth

    Action shot! Even my four year old daughter learned to spot the shark teeth, they both race each other to sort through the screen after we clear all the sand, hahaa!!
  10. Hi Guys and Gals for thefossilforum! I was just welcoming a new member in the introductions and read how he is interested in bringing his love of fossils and the adventure of the hunt to children in schools. I know that we have a member of the Forum in California who does this, but of course couldn't remember his name. There have been lots of posts on the Forum about children and adventures that members have had with their children and grandchildren, neices and nephews. But nothing really searchable on how to bring our love of fossils to a larger, young audience. I have a special interest i
  11. Hi all, Yesterday a coworker told me she would be in Chesapeake VA Friday-Sunday Dec. 23-25, 2011. She asked me if I could suggest any collecting sites less than an hour away where she could take three kids ages 6-13 for an hour or two. I told her I would do a little research. I fairly quickly found mention of a site called Chuckatuck Quarry south of Smithfield, or about 25 miles nw of Chesapeake. Apparently the site has excellent Yorktown Fm. invertebrates, althoough the vertebrates may be a bit scarce. Some of what I read seemed to imply that the site is now closed to collecting. Can
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