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Volcanoes Image Pack Download a selection of high quality images and use them with your children as part of a Volcanoes topic. They're great for display and as the starting point for discussion and independent activities.
Of course, this isn't the only way to make a volcano with kids. You can make an even bigger eruption using mentos and cola; just stand well back!. You'll find this is another of those easy home school science experiments; the only downside is that it's more of a spectator sport. Place your cola on a flat surface outside in the garden and open the lid gently so not much gas escapes.
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Use aluminum paper to create a volcano around a Styrofoam or cardboard glass (the opening will be the volcano's crater). Roll out a ball of modeling dough (like a pie crust) and use it to cover your volcano. Make a hole in the centre. Children may decorate the volcano with pipe cleaners, plastic trees, rocks, etc. Variation: This volcano may be used for the scientific experiment mentioned in.
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