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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.  . . .

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