Last January we made a volcano out of paper mache. This
time around we just used sand and corn flour. The mixture
actually dried to rock hard (later), but the kids didn’t have
the patience to wait a full day. Of course we had to make
our “lava” realistic by using not just baking soda and vinegar
but also red food dye and dish soap (to add to the foaming
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