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Rocks and Minerals
It’s All About The Rocks

Rocks and Minerals- educational information, activities, and lesson designed for rock collectors, students and teachers.

Here’s what you can do at Rocks And Minerals 4 U:


  • Learn: We have loads of information in one handy location! You’ll find pages  about formation, identification, classification and use of minerals, rocks and crystals.
  • Share: Looking for great lesson plans for sharing your love of rocks, minerals or crystals? Browse through our lesson plans, puzzles, or rock club activities for fun, innovative ways to bring the gifts of the earth into your life. Also look for social media icons to share this resource with friends and colleagues.
  • Buy rock and mineral collections and specimens from our sister site fossilicious.com

New Interactive Pages

We have added an interactive feature to our website. You can now create your own posts!

We also have included a place for you to post pictures of your favorite rock or mineral specimen. See it here.

Got a favorite rock shop, museum, or gem show you would like to share? This is the place.

Look for more interactive pages coming soon!

If you love geology, rocks, minerals, or crystals, rocksandminerals4u.com is your information center about rocks, minerals and crystals. If you are looking to buy check out our sister site: fossilicious.com.

We have reasonably priced specimens and great educational collections like the ones listed below.

Recent Articles

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    Dec 06, 20 11:02 AM

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  3. gems and diamond

    Nov 23, 20 10:52 AM

    Diamonds were formed billions of years ago through a combination of tremendous pressure and temperatures of 1652–2372 degrees Fahrenheit at depths between

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INTERESTED IN MORE? IF SO, YOU MAY WANT TO CHECK OUT OUR OTHER SITES:

fossilicious.com - Our online fossil and mineral rock shop.
fossils-facts-and-finds.com - An educational site about fossils.