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  • Open evening 1st October….will your volcano erupt?! ****2 house points each and a geography badge!****
  • • Newspaper to finish volcano shape • Paper Mache glue e.g. pva to stick newspaper • Paint to colour after dry •Sticky back plastic (if possible) to cover the whole thing (except the vent in the top)
  • Get your glue ready. UPVA mixed with water works well. A paint tray makes it less messy
  • Roll balls of newspaper around in your glue
  • Build up your volcano from the base….. no rush, take your time !
  • Keep going until your volcano starts to take shape
  • Then you need thin strips of newspaper to neaten it all up
  • You can now mould your volcano to any shape you like Make sure you leave the bottle opening free from paper
  • After you glue has dried (Overnight perhaps) Its ready for painting
  • Again the colours and style is up to you, remember all volcanoes are unique!
  • You can add texture, twigs for trees, moss for vegetation and even a few buildings nearby if you like
  • Your volcanoes will be photographed and posted onto the Geography Society blog & used during Open evening on 1st October… We will also use them during next week’s club. ****2 house points each and a geography badge!**** You can base your volcano on a real volcano that has erupted…look online for photos! Famous volcanoes! 1. Mount St. Helens - Washington State 2. Mount Vesuvius - Italy 3. Mt. Fuji - Japan. Currently Dormant 4. Mt. Kilauea & Mauna Loa - Hawaii 5. Mount Kilimanjaro - Tanzania. Currently dormant. 6. Popocatepetl - Mexico 7. Mount Etna - Greece 8. Krakatoa - Indonesia