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Build!  Paint!  Erupt!  Art and science combine in this spectacular giant foaming volcano.  From Fun at Home with Kids

Build, Paint, and Erupt Foaming Volcano

Art and science combine in this spectacular giant foaming volcano. From Fun at Home with Kids. Salt, dish soap and vinigar

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!

W a torn paper multi-hue blue background and torn white clouds RT 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!

Volcano Painting – Explosive Art! | MOL Primary 7 Blog

Volcano Painting – Explosive Art!

Cut out volcanos, have the child blow paint through a straw to make the lava

Cut out volcanos, have the child blow paint through a straw to make the lava - Iceland volcano - wk 9

5 Minute Science Experiments for Kids and Busy Moms on Frugal Coupon Living. Geometric Bubbles, Glow in the Dark Volcanoes, Replicate Ocean Currents and more! Homeschooling Science Ideas.

5 Minute Science Experiments for Kids

5 Minute Science Experiments for Kids and Busy Moms on Frugal Coupon Living. Geometric Bubbles, Glow in the Dark Volcanoes, Replicate Ocean Currents and more!

Last week P7 were trying to capture the explosive power of volcanic eruptions in what turned out to be a very messy art lesson!  Here is the original painting which we used as inspiration, by Engli…

Volcano Painting – Explosive Art!

Last week were trying to capture the explosive power of volcanic eruptions in what turned out to be a very messy art lesson! Here is the original painting which we used as inspiration, by Engli…

A colourful classroom or individual visual that can be used to teach children about their emotions and how these can be regulated. Children relate to the 'volcano' metaphor to try to stay calm and prevent 'an eruption' from occurring. The visual serves as both a reminder to stay calm and what to do when they notice that their emotions are changing to a state less than calm.

angry volcano feelings help students identify the level they are at and gives them an option as to what measure to take next that is appropriate for that level.

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Volcano Painting – Explosive Art!

I really like this idea of presenting the lava in paint spatters. I think the abstractness allows focus on the vibrant colours of the paint.

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