This year I have let R do interest led Science. She has the ability to learn whatever she wants as long as she is able to prove to me that she is really learning. For her first pick, she chose volcanoes. Below are some of the great things she did for her volcano project, a free printable, and a list of great resources for you to work on volcanoes with your kids. These are very simple and fun to work with.
Volcano Project and Resources
R really enjoyed this lesson. She spent a lot of time on learning about volcanoes. I may have even shown her the Pompeii episode of Doctor Who just for fun. She made the volcano below and you can find out how to make it as part of the printable pack mentioned below the image.
I put together a printable pack for my daughter to work through and I am glad to share it with you for free.
Get your Volcano Printable Pack and learn how to make your own volcano at home.
Items in the printable pack include:
Parts of the volcano
True of False volcano questions
Common words to define
Volcano Q&A for essay prep
How to make a volcano and Q&A
3D Geography – This site is packed with images and information about volcanoes.
Carolina Volcano Resource List – This site has a variety of volcano learning materials available for teaching more about volcanoes.
Geology.com – This site has a great set of lesson plans you can use for free to teach more about volcanoes.
Magic Schoolbus Game – This game goes with the volcano episode of Magic Schoolbus.
National Geographic Volcano Resource Library – This is a variety of resources provided about the National Geographic.
Ocean Floor Volcanoes – This site has information specific to ocean floor related volcanoes.
Open Educational Resources Volcano Resource Library – This site has a variety of resources for teaching and learning about volcanoes.
PBS Learning Media – This site is packed with interactive components and video to help you teach about volcanoes.
Scholastic – This site is packed with games, resources, and information for you to use to teach about volcanoes.
USGS – This site is packed with some great Volcano research. There are also postcards from Scientists studying volcanoes.
Volcano Teacher Materials – This site offers a variety of teaching resources for learning more about volcanoes.
Coloring Pages from Best Coloring Pages for Kids
Color by Number Volcano from My Teaching Station
Dot stick Volcano Page from The Measured Mom
Free Volcano worksheets from 3D Geography
Multiple Printables from ABC Teach
Parts of a Volcano from School of Dragons
Volcano Coloring Pages from Mom Junction
Volcano Notebooking Journal from Homeschool Giveaways
Volcano Project Ideas
Apple Volcanoes from Frogs, Snails, and Puppy Dog Tails
Dinosaur Sensory Bin from Raising Whasians
Erupting Slime Volcano from Steamsational
Ice Volcanoes from Reading Confetti
Make your own Lava Slime from Surviving a Teacher’s Salary
Mini Pumpkin Volcanoes from Little Bins for Little Hands
Snow Volcanoes from Science Sparks
Volcano Eruption Painting from Happy to Shelf
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