Exploring the topic of volcanoes makes a way for so many learning opportunities. Children pick up important geography concepts along the way. And who doesn’t love conducting a volcano experiment with bicarb of soda and vinegar? We used to make a volcano landscape in our classroom out of salt dough that children painted once it was dry. It was a perfect invitation to play set up for little preschoolers that also included dinosaur figures.
In this freebie, I included Parts of the Volcano poster with labels, a poster for inserting labels, and label cards. Blackline master can be used along with the three-part cards or with the poster. Parts of the Volcano three parts photographic cards feature a slightly different set of vocabulary but both resources – poster and cards – complement each other nicely.
Here is what’s included:
Parts of the Volcano poster with labels
Parts of the Volcano poster without labels
Parts of the Volcano label cards
‘V is for volcano tracing worksheet
Parts of the Volcano 3 Part Cards with photographs
Parts of the Volcano blackline master
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