Yes, D I R T! An entire half a cup of compacted dirt. Who would pay three dollars for common ordinary dirt for their child to play in? They wouldn't! However, this is apparently clean dirt as opposed to dirty dirt. If you are picky about the dirt your kids play in then this is your windfall. To further reassure you, there is a label explaining that this is natural dirt. However be forewarned. This dirt, made from natural materials can vary a little in color and texture. There are so many things wrong with this.
First of all, I can't think of one child I know of, at least in my family, who would be entertained with a handful of dirt when there is a whole world of dirt right outside the front door. But that is dirt from the good old US of A. This special dirt comes from South Korea. That's right. Dirt was shipped here for your enjoyment from from another country. It begs the question I don't want to explore... what sort of natural materials are we talking about?
Secondly, there are instruction on how to play with the dirt. Yes, that's right instructions. Before you sit your child down to play in this it is best to fluff up the dirt and let it air for a few hours.
Apparently, a child might not think of actually putting his hands in the dirt and sifting it around himself. Fortunately, the instructions are written in English not Korean so we can proceed correctly.
So, for those of you who need to be warned that an iron is hot when it is turned on or not to blow your hair dry when in the bath tub there is a package of dirt waiting for you at for you at Target. But be forewarned, this dirt is also dangerous. It is made up of tiny particles that may cause choking.