Jun 09 2008

Science Project At Home – Volcano Eruption

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This is one simplest and easiest science experiment we done at home during the school holiday. Because I’m so lazy had so little time to spare, I didn’t make up a nice volcano with plasticine/dough or paper mache. What I did was just use newspaper. It didn’t look nice at all , as it’s done up in less than 5 minutes for the children had great fun.

This is our “Volcano”!!

Pouring vinegar into the “volcano” to make the eruption

They finished up one whole bottle of the vinegar. :D Keep wanting to repeat this activity. This is such simple activity, all you need is newspaper, bicarbonate soda as well as vinegar.

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4 Responses to “Science Project At Home – Volcano Eruption”

  1. Ritaon 10 Jun 2008 at 4:52 am

    Looks like fun. My daughter’s almost three, she might be a little young for this but what the heck, I’ll give it a shot this afternoon and see if she likes it.

    no harm trying to see if she likes it or not

  2. chanelwongon 10 Jun 2008 at 12:01 pm

    try out the same formula when you go to the beach…looks like real volcano…

    Thanks for the great idea…wonder when we will get a chance to go to the beach. :P

  3. chinneeon 10 Jun 2008 at 12:23 pm

    Elaine, you are really one FANTASTIC mother. With 3 kids, where u get so much idea and energy to do all this???????

    That’s why my project look so cacat, have to be quick. And did you hear baby grumbling in the background/in my lap. She’s getting impatient, cranky and sleepy after sitting up so long for watching korkor and jiejie. :D

  4. BR's Mumon 10 Jun 2008 at 3:18 pm

    Oooh…exciting!!

    Wish have more time to do up a better project. If use dough to make the volcano, it definitely going to be much fun and the kids will certainly enjoy it more…sadly, time is the main hinder.

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