100 Facts Volcanoes – Bitesized Facts & Awesome Images to Support KS2 Learning

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100 Facts Volcanoes – Bitesized Facts & Awesome Images to Support KS2 Learning

100 Facts Volcanoes – Bitesized Facts & Awesome Images to Support KS2 Learning

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For the science geek in everyone, Live Science offers a fascinating window into the natural and technological world, delivering comprehensive and compelling news and analysis on everything from dinosaur discoveries, archaeological finds and amazing animals to health, innovation and wearable technology. Volcanoes are formed when magma, which is located at the centre of the Earth, pushes its way upwards through the Earth through a long shaft.

Inside these types of volcanoes, the lava is super thick and sticky, which makes them really explosive when they erupt. Then, when children are a bit more familiar with the different parts of a volcano, hand out this Volcanoes Labelling Activity, where they need to cut and paste the labels onto the correct parts of the volcano, to test how much they have learnt! volcano, vent in the crust of Earth or another planet or satellite, from which issue eruptions of molten rock, hot rock fragments, and hot gases.

A volcano eruption’s sound is described as loud explosions, hissing, rumbling, bursting bubbles, and a “screaming jet engine. New Zealand 23 Volcanoes erupted in last 10 000 years,including White Island, Tongariro, Tarawera, Ruapehu. The team's ethos is to create ' children's books to inspire and share ' that reach as many children as possible, spreading the joy of reading. Found in Southeast Asia, when Krakatau erupted in 1883 it released 200 megatrons of energy – that’s the equivalent of 15,000 nuclear bombs. The majority of the volcanoes in the US are located in Alaska, where there are volcanic eruptions every single year.

Lava - Molten rock that comes from a volcanic explosion and the rock that results after it has hardened and cooled. An eruption occurs when pressure from gases and the molten lava rock becomes strong enough to cause an explosion.

Roman mythology says that Vulcan lived in a volcano and if the Romans made him angry, the volcanoes would erupt.

Out of these 1,500 volcanoes, about 500 of them have previously erupted and many are located along the Pacific Rime, which is also known as the Ring of Fire (some people place this figure closer to 600).Extinct volcanoes - An extinct volcano is one which has erupted thousands of years ago, and will probably never erupt again.

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