Volcanoes erupt at Pawnee ISD during experiment
Dec 22, 2011 | 983 views | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Pawnee ISD third grade class volcano group 1 (back row, l-r): Taylor S., J’ren S., Ana D., Alex G., Moses G. Haylee G., and Darius. Front row (l-r): Ashton L., Austyn C., and Greylyn G.
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Do you know what causes a volcano to erupt? Students in Ms. Vannessa Chandler’s third grade class at Pawnee ISD recently discovered the answer to this question as they studied a unit on volcanoes in their science class. For a culminating activity, students were issued a project to complete that involved researching about and creating a homemade volcano that would need to “erupt” during their presentation to the class. Lots of buzz and excitement filled our school on Wednesday, Dec. 7, as homemade volcanoes began arriving. During science class that day, each student presented their volcano to the class, school administrators, and other school staff. Student presentations included the citation of where information was found to create the volcano and all of the materials used to create the volcano. At the end of each presentation, students caused the volcano they had created to “erupt.”
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