Durable Outdoors Made with Stone

Let’s Investigate – Prehistoric Teeth


£22.00(£26.40 inc VAT)

(2 customer reviews)

Many children are filled with awe, wonder and excitement about dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals. These amazing teeth stones will inspire and add to the fascination, provoking much discussion and role play. Budding palaeontologists will love to bury them, dig them up and compare their finds. They can be sorted and easily cleaned, extending the learning to dental hygiene. Made from a durable stone mix, the teeth are designed for use in soil, mud, sand and water.

Set contains eight teeth stones: Allosaurus, Iguanodon, Mammoth, Pliosaur, Ptychodus, Stegosaurus, Triceratops and Tyrannosaurus rex. Max length 105mm. Safe for 2+.

Download free resources including Activity Ideas, Fact Sheets and Poster


  • Contains 8 teeth stones
  • Made from a durable stone mix
  • Max length 105mm
  • 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.

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For deliveries to UK mainland delivery is FREE for all orders £100 or over (ex VAT). Delivery is charged at £5.95 ex VAT (£7.14 including VAT) for orders less than £100.

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2 reviews for Let’s Investigate – Prehistoric Teeth

  1. Niki@Folksworth Preschool

    The children at our Preschool love these so much we bought two sets. We can play matching games, freeze them in ice and they have survived play in the garden. They are so popular that some have gone on sleepovers. Thank goodness for our honest parents who returned them.

    The picture cards are a fantastic extension and a great conversation starter with the children. These too are robust enough to use in all weather in the garden.

  2. Preschool Room Leader, Alphabet City Nursery

    “Our 3-4 year olds love getting curious about the prehistoric teeth toys. They enjoyed excavating them from a tray of sand and using the picture cards to match the tooth to the correct species. They loved the interesting texture of the teeth and really explored the details of each toy and picture card.”

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