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Volcano made out of the spray foam insulation in a can.  Then spray painted with moss grass and dinosaurs glued on.

Volcano made out of the spray foam insulation in a can. Then spray painted with moss grass and dinosaurs glued on.

Make a Volcano!!   baking soda,  vinegar & dishsoap (the dishsoap really helps it foam more!)   You can use a volcano to talk about what you put inside yourself, eventually comes out, (ie...music, bad language, movies, etc)  keeping your tongue from evil, explaining how we should be SLOW to speak, therefore avoiding words that hurt people.

Make a Volcano!! baking soda, vinegar & dishsoap (the dishsoap really helps it foam more!) You can use a volcano to talk about what you put inside yourself, eventually comes out, (ie...music, bad language, movies, etc) keeping your tongue from evil, explaining how we should be SLOW to speak, therefore avoiding words that hurt people.

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DIY Foam Volcano perfect for the baking soda and vinegar experiment #experiments @keepingitsimple

DIY Foam Volcano perfect for the baking soda and vinegar experiment #experiments @keepingitsimple

Our oldest son, who's in 3rd grade, brought home the classic "build a volcano and make it explode" class project. We started with several items that were essentially recycled: an empty soda bottle, a leftover piece of plywood for the base, a cardboard box and our old phone book. In class, the volcano was subjected to the classic baking soda and vinegar experiment to simulate an explosion. Our son told us that his volcano had the most powerful explosion in the class.

The Ubiquitous School Volcano Project

Our oldest son, who's in 3rd grade, brought home the classic "build a volcano and make it explode" class project. We started with several items that were essentially recycled: an empty soda bottle, a leftover piece of plywood for the base, a cardboard box and our old phone book. In class, the volcano was subjected to the classic baking soda and vinegar experiment to simulate an explosion. Our son told us that his volcano had the most powerful explosion in the class.

Volcano experiment uses all areas for learning. Children will read while following directions, use math for measurement skills, interact socially in groups as well as observe the volcano explode.

Volcano experiment uses all areas for learning. Children will read while following directions, use math for measurement skills, interact socially in groups as well as observe the volcano explode.

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