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Name: Dee
Status: Educator
Age: N/A
Location: CT 
Country: United States
Date: April 20, 2005


Question:
I am Dee currently directing an after school program, K-5. We will be investigating underwater volcanos and possible islands formed by volcanos. Can you recommend any books or web sites that would be useful for this age group?



Replies:
Dee:

Volcano World is a great site to use.

http://volcano.und.nodak.edu/

I suggest you take a look. I have used this site for many years and highly recommend it.

There is also a spot for kids at:

http://volcano.und.edu/vwdocs/kids/kids.html

There are all sorts of things for the kids there.

Steve Miller


The book "Volcanoes" by Robert Decker and Barbara Decker (publisher: W.H. Freeman) comes with beautiful photos on a CD. It should meet your needs quite well. You will have to do some simplifying for grade level, but the pictures are awesome.

Vince Calder



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