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Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Thar She Blows!


Sixth Grade volcano projects.

They had powerpoints - - -

And posters too,

But these were the FUN part.



kyooty said...

6th grade eh? i'll have to beef up my skills. :P

Debby@Just Breathe said...

As a parent that was the one time of year I didn't like ~ Science Projects! I was glad when they moved beyond them.

Dixie said...

LOL... I love 6th grade projects... I remember helping all 3 of my daughters with one of these... though that was "pre-powerpoint" days... just volcanos and posters..

thanks for the joyful reminder of days gone by...

Anonymous said...

I want to make one

Coloradolady said... kids always rocked the science fair...maybe because I put too much time in with them on the projects...but they were so much fun!

KBeau said...

I miss those school project days. Loved helping my kids.

raxx a day in the life said...

Volcanoes! how fun!

Tonja said...

Yep, I've made me some mighty fine volcanoes in my day! Always fun!

Kristin - The Goat said...

I never made a volcano as a kid - never made one as an adult either! Looks like it was a lot of fun :)

Leigh of Tales from Bloggeritaville said...

"I don't know.
I dont know.
I dont know, where Ima gonna go when the volcano blows."

~Jimmy Buffett

Great work kids!