Make Your Own Volcano Science Activity

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  • Just to nit-pick...you say palstic cup in the equipment list and then you talk about a glass in the first instructions (1) and then a plastic cup again in instruction (2)

    , Nov 30th
    • Hi Codroe,
      Thank you so much for letting us know about this one. I'll get this resource checked right away!

      , Nov 30th
    • Hi there Codroe,
      Thank you for spotting this mistake! Our lovely teacher and design teams have solved the issue and the new version is now available to download. I hope you like it!

      , Nov 30th
  • Worked very well, the children loved it! For your shopping lists- Baking Soda is the American word for Bi-Carbonate of Soda (not Baking Powder).

    , Oct 6th
    • Hi planetsaturn,
      I'm really glad you're finding it useful! Thanks for sharing :) I have passed on your observation to our design team. Have a lovely day : )

      , Oct 6th
    • Hi there planetsaturn,
      Thank you for spotting this mistake! Our lovely teacher and design teams have solved the issue and the new version is now available to download. I hope you like it!

      , Oct 8th
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  • Great. Used it for a first grade science fair project. 

    , Feb 5th
  • Our favourite part of our active planet topic is erupting the vocalness we make! Nice to have some teaching behind it too. Thanks

    , Jul 10th
    • Hi Katie_Lily,
      You're very welcome :)

      , Jul 10th
This resource includes clear instructions, a list of equipment you will need and a written explanation of the science behind the activity you are experiencing with your child.
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