Chocolate and dinosaurs rank close to the top of most kids' lists of favorite things, so the Chocolate Construction T. Rex combines those into one delicious, educational concept. The product is a mold that kids and parents can fill with chocolate to shape into biologically accurate facsimiles of dinosaur bones. Those bones fit together with one another, letting kids build scale chocolate models of the fearsome extinct predator.
To build the Chocolate Construction T. Rex, kids (with the help of parents) melt any kind of chocolate down in the microwave — white, milk, or dark chocolate work equally well. Then, with a squeeze bottle, they suck up the melted chocolate and shoot it into the mold, making sure to avoid any air bubbles. After a few minutes, the chocolate will harden into the nine individual bone pieces, which kids can then pop out and assemble.
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Joey Haar — August 24, 2017 — Life-Stages
References: chocolateconstruction & digitaltrends