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On a tray, place a pile of baking soda. Mix vinegar + a few drops of food coloring in a cup. Give the kids an eyedropper. Have them fill it with vinegar, squeeze onto the baking soda and watch mini volcanoes erupt!

Volcano Model (C1, W16-W17) This would be a neat addition for week 2 when we study about Mt. Vesuvius.

volcano - kids can do it themselves!

Eyedropper Volcanos for the Kids. Pile baking soda on a pan. Put vinegar in little bowls and add some food coloring. Kids fill a dropper w/the liquid and drop onto the baking soda, making little volcanoes.

This looks REALLY cool & since Jacob is really into dinosaurs I should give it a try.

Make your own erupting SOUND volcano using pop rocks & other simple household ingredients! What kid wouldn't want to make a volcano with pop and fizzle sound effects as it erupts and bubbles? Way too fun!

Come Together Kids: "Elephant Toothpaste" Foaming Science Experiment. I'll be happy I repinned this in 10th grade when I am required to to science fair!

Sand volcano. Fun for the beach.

How to Make an Ice VOLCANO- fun Science kids love!

Almost Unschoolers: Cold and Hot Water Density - Underwater "Volcano" Experiment