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A working model of a volcano eruption can be made using materials such as play-doh, papier-mâché, or clay. The model can demonstrate the following steps:
- Creating the volcano: build a cone-shaped mountain using the material of choice, with a hole at the top to represent the volcano’s crater.
- Making the magma: create a mixture of baking soda and vinegar to represent the magma inside the volcano.
- Setting up the eruption: pour the baking soda and vinegar mixture into the crater and observe the eruption as the mixture reacts and creates bubbles, simulating the release of gas from the magma.
- Adding ash and lava: using red or orange colored sand or papier-mâché, simulate the ash and lava being released during the eruption.
This working model demonstrates the basic process of a volcanic eruption and can be used to teach about geological events and the formation of mountains and landmasses.