There is something fascinating about volcanoes. They show up in our movies, legends, and history. The unfathomable power they seem to release captures the imagination.
This free historic volcanoes notebooking research journal can help you feed your children’s imagination and get them digging into history at the same time. Your kids can go back in time and around the world to explore historic volcanic eruptions.
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From 1650 BC to the modern day, your children can discover 37 historic volcanic eruptions with this free historic volcanoes notebooking research journal. Each volcano listed includes the date and location. Your child’s job is to discover:
- what type of volcano it is
- what damage it caused
- other historic eruptions
- additional facts about the volcano
They will learn about Santorini’s eruption in ancient Greece, the cataclysmic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in Italy in AD 79, the eruption of Krakatoa that impacted nations on the other side of the world, volcanoes that erupted during the World Wars (and how that impacted the wars), and even an eruption in Iceland in 2010 that snarled air traffic for days.
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This free historic volcanoes notebooking research journal is also a great way to slip some geography into your homeschool day! Studying these volcanoes will take your child to:
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- El Salvador
- New Zealand
- North Korea
- Reunion Island
- United States
You can find several more resources for natural disasters here: FREE Weather and Natural Disasters Resources, which includes copywork, research journals, notebooking pages, guided drawing lessons, and reading comprehension units.
Download today and start exploring! Instant Download: FREE Historic Volcanoes Notebooking Research Journal
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