Durable Outdoors Made with Stone

First Investigations Kit


£47.50(£57.00 inc VAT)

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This set is made up of three of our exciting Let’s Investigate resources: Farmyard Footprints, Bugs, and Fossils. Children love the hands-on element of these fascinating stones now pulled together into one bumper resource. Made from a unique stone mix, all the elements are robust enough to be used in sand, water, and soil. Take impressions from them, make rubbings, hide them to be excavated, and then wash them clean for next time.

Bugs: ant, beetle, butterfly, centipede, dragonfly, ladybird, spider, and woodlouse

Fossils: ammonite, clam shell, fern leaf, preserved leaves, sea urchin, shark’s tooth, shrimp, and trilobite

Footprints: cow, horse, sheep, pig, dog, cat, chicken, and duck.

Age 2+


  • Let's Investigate Fossils - set of 8 play fossils
  • Let's Investigate Bugs - set of 8 bug stones
  • Let's Investigate Farmyard Footprints - set of 8 double-sided stones
  • Age 2+

Delivery Information

How long will delivery take?

Resources will usually arrive within five working days. Small orders are sent via Royal Mail and large items will be despatched by courier.

What is your delivery charge?

Delivery is charged at £3.99 ex VAT (£4.79 including VAT) for all orders regardless of their size or value to delivery addresses in the UK and Isle of Man. If you are located in the Channel Islands or Eire, please contact us with details of what you’d like to order and we will quote you for delivery.

International Orders

We can ship our resources around the world. Simply get in touch via email with details of what you would like to order and where you would like it delivered to. We will then reply with a quote for delivery charges for your approval.

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2 reviews for First Investigations Kit

  1. :

    “Overjoyed to discover these resources as I had previously used a similar resource about 15 years ago which is no longer available. These are much better because they are made of stone! I have used them for plaster casting activities with the children and also for making trails in mud around the garden. The children enjoyed the feel, running their fingers over the different textures and wanted to ask lots of questions. The footprint stones especially worked well showing the animal on the other side.”

  2. :

    “The stones had lots of different uses and the children found them very interesting. They encouraged the children to ask questions and we found that they were very tactile.”

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