how to explain volcanoes to preschoolers without frightening them?

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Aloha, Not to sure why they erupt, but they are sure beautiful. We have a cottage in the volcano area in Hawaii and drive by it all the time. To view go to http://www

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All licensed preschools are required to have a curriculum and and learning activities. Doesn't mean the curriculum will be followed though and no the teachers do not have to have a degree or a license.

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Answered: How can the landscape around the volcano change over many years?

Wow!That's hard, Landscaping around volcano is so tough I don't think it's possible.

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A preschool is a educational establishment offering early childhood education to children between the ages of three and five, or seven, prior to the commencement of compulsory education at primary school. They may be privately operated or government-run, and the costs may be subsidized. Tumble Tots ...
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Volcano's becoming more active

Volcanoes usually occur at subduction zones. This is where one tectonic plate is sliding underneath another. The volcanoes in the US are located where either the Pacific Plate, or Juan De Fuca Plate, are subducting under the North American Plate. When subduction occurs, the intense pressure ...

Have you ever seen a volcano?

YES !Mt Saint Helens

Dead volcano between Aruba and Cabo San Roman Venezuela

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Are the Earths volcanoes connected to each other in underground

No, they're not. Some volcanoes, like the ones in Washington State and in South America are from subduction zones - where one plate is going under another plate. And other volcanoes, like Hawaii and Yellowstone are hotspots.