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Science eruptions!


Science eruptions!
This is going to be loud! One student covers her ears in preparation for the big volcano eruption, the grand finale of their project.


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Third-grade students in Pam Davis and Sarah Rethaber’s science classes at Floresville North Elementary School created volcano projects that erupted during school.

The students made their volcanoes with homemade items like papier mache, expanding foam, clay, Legos, and dough. The lava was made with red food coloring, baking soda, and vinegar. They also had to tell three interesting facts about their volcano and explain how it was constructed.

All of the students loved watching their volcanoes erupt.
 

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