Dinosaur Expert in a Tin – Great Christmas Gift Idea

In response to requests from Mums and Dads of budding young palaeontologists, Everything Dinosaur has come up with a handy dinosaur themed gift idea.  With an emphasis very much on education, the team have put together an assortment of prehistoric animal themed goodies all packed into a sturdy metal box with a colourful dinosaur motif.  The gift set, appropriately labelled “Dinosaur Expert in a Tin” is aimed at children from eight years and upwards and is available exclusively from Everything Dinosaur’s website.  It makes a super Christmas or birthday gift and helps solve the problem of what to give a young dinosaur fan.

“Dinosaur Expert in a Tin” – Gift Idea

Gift idea for a budding palaeontologist

Gift idea for a budding palaeontologist

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

A spokesperson for Everything Dinosaur commented:

“We wanted to put together a gift set so that grown ups could provide their young charges with a range of stimulating and creative dinosaur themed activities and items.  The product concept has received very favourable feedback, after all, not many gift sets feature a dinosaur excavation kit as well as a genuine fossil.”

The Dinosaur Expert in a Tin gift set includes a full colour, beautifully illustrated dinosaur book, a notebook with pencil, two prehistoric animal models, stickers as well as the fossil find excavation kit and a real fossil with its own display box, all items have been approved by the dinosaur experts in the company.

The metal box even has its own handle so the gift set can be carried around by the young budding palaeontologist.

To see more of Everything Dinosaur’s educational themed products including the Dinosaur Expert in a Tin gift set: Educational Dinosaur Themed Gift Ideas

With Christmas just over 100 days away (a mere blink in geological time), it seems that Everything Dinosaur have done their bit to help make shopping for dinosaur themed gift ideas that much easier this year.

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