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Making A Volcano

Volcano Eruption. We first did this two years ago and revisit the experiment at least twice a year. We made our volcano out of plaster and it has stood the test of time!

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Eyedropper Volcanos for the Kids. Pile baking soda on a pan. Put vinegar in little bowls and add some food coloring. Kids fill a dropper w/the liquid and drop onto the baking soda, making little volcanoes.

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from Inspiration Laboratories

10 Ways to Make a Volcano with Kids

Your little ones will erupt in fascination over these 10 DIY volcano experiments. (via Inspiration Labortories)

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volcano painting. Paint simple black triangle and place several puddles of yellow, orange and red. With a straw blow the paint. It swirls and bubbles, making a realistic lava effect!

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from Red Ted Art's Blog

How to Make a Papier Mache Erupting Volcano for the Science Fair

Science Fair Project - create your own Papier Mache Erupting Volcano - a great classic science project for kids. Lots of fun and easy to make.

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Want to know more about our brand new Caribbean destination? We explore 7 amazing things to do on the tropical island, including driving through a volcano, ziplining through the jungle and making your own chocolate.

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from Happy Brown House

Simple Science: How to Make a Volcano with Kids

How to make an easy volcano with kids using common houehold ingredients.

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from Preschool Inspirations

Easy Baking Soda and Vinegar Volcano Eruption for Kids

If you need a super simple volcano recipe, it doesn't get much easier than this. Prep is about 3 minutes, and there is no clean up necessary. Easy Baking Soda and Vinegar Volcano Eruption for Kids by Preschool Inspirations

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Best science experiment ever! Make a fatastic eruption with hydrogen peroxide, yeast, soap, and food coloring! Perfect for science shows for all ages: preschool, kindergarten, elementary, middle, and high school! Even adults enjoy this one!

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Great idea of merging art with maths - children paint one section of a volcanic map and all the images put together makes a fantastic interactive display about co-ordinates.

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